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Algorithmic Assessment of Striation Similarity between Wire Cuts

Algorithmic Assessment of Striation Similarity between Wire Cuts

This webinar is scheduled for Tuesday, March 19, 2024, at 1:00 PM CT.

The comparative evaluation of aluminum wire cuts holds considerable significance within the field of forensic science. Nonetheless, there exists an absence of a systematic algorithmic framework for assessing their degree of similarity. In our recently-introduced algorithm, we address this void by undertaking an examination of surface cuts presented in the x3p format. The outcome of this algorithmic procedure consists of cross-correlation values, which serve as measurements for the similarity. In order to enhance the precision of this process, a sequence of multiple procedural steps has been integrated into the algorithmic pipeline. These steps encompass various methodologies, including imputation, Hough transformation, and maximum likelihood estimation.


Presenter: Yuhang Lin

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