Solving forensic identification problems frequently requires complex probabilistic argument and computation. The technology of Bayesian Networks (BNs), also called Probabilistic Expert Systems (Cowell et al., 1999), supplies a valuable tool that can streamline and help solve such problems. Aitken and Gammerman (1989) gave one of the first applications of Bayesian networks in forensic science.

Mortera, J. (2021). Bayesian networks in forensic science.. In D.L.a.K. Banks (a cura di), Handbook of Forensic Science. CRC Press.

Bayesian networks in forensic science.

Mortera Julia
2021-01-01

Abstract

Solving forensic identification problems frequently requires complex probabilistic argument and computation. The technology of Bayesian Networks (BNs), also called Probabilistic Expert Systems (Cowell et al., 1999), supplies a valuable tool that can streamline and help solve such problems. Aitken and Gammerman (1989) gave one of the first applications of Bayesian networks in forensic science.
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Mortera, J. (2021). Bayesian networks in forensic science.. In D.L.a.K. Banks (a cura di), Handbook of Forensic Science. CRC Press.
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