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Tutorial on Likelihood Ratios with Applications in Digital Forensics

To date, digital forensics research has largely focused on extracting and reconstructing information from devices and the cloud.

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Ensemble SLRs for Forensic Evidence Comparison

To strengthen the statistical foundations of forensic evidence interpretation, likelihood ratios and Bayes factors are advocated to quantify the value of evidence.

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Blind Testing in Firearms Examination: Preliminary Results, Benefits, Limitations, and Future Directions

Open proficiency tests created by external vendors are used to meet accreditation requirements and demonstrate examiner competence.

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Extracting Case-Specific Data from Validation Studies

The legal and scientific communities agree that any forensic method or algorithm should undergo validation testing before it is relied upon in the judicial system to make life-altering decisions.

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Shining a Light on Black Box Studies

The American criminal justice system heavily relies on conclusions reached by the forensic science community.

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Modeling and Inventory of Tread Impression System (MANTIS): The development, depoyment and application of an active footwear data collection system

This webinar details the development, capabilities and successful deployment of the Modeling And iNventory of Tread Impression System (MANTIS).

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Improving Forensic Decision Making: a Human-Cognitive Perspective

Humans play a critical role in forensic decision making. Drawing upon classic and cognitive psychological research on factors that influence and underpin expert decision making, Dr. Dror shows the weakness and vulnerabilities in forensic decision making before proposing a broad and versatile approach to strengthening forensic expert decisions.

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Using Mixture Models to Examine Group Differences: An Illustration Involving the Perceived Strength of Forensic Science Evidence

Forensic examiners compare items to assess whether they originate from a common source.

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Bloodstain Pattern Analysis Black Box Study

This study was conducted to assess the accuracy and reproducibility of BPA conclusions.

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A Survey of Fingerprint Examiners’ Attitudes towards Probabilistic Reporting

Over the past decade, with increasing scientific scrutiny on forensic reporting practices, there have been several efforts to introduce statistical thinking and probabilistic reasoning into forensic practice.

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