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- C. G. G. Aitken
- Journal of forensic sciences
- 1999

It is thought that, in a consignment of discrete units, a certain proportion of the units contain illegal material. A sample of the consignment is to be inspected. Various methods for theâ€¦ (More)

- C. G. G. Aitken, Franco Taroni, Paolo Garbolino
- Theoretical population biology
- 2003

The role of graphical models in the assessment of transfer evidence is described with particular reference to the role of cross-transfer evidence. The issues involved in the determination of factorsâ€¦ (More)

- C. G. G. Aitken, Grzegorz Zadora, David Lucy
- Journal of forensic sciences
- 2007

A random effects model using two levels of hierarchical nesting has been applied to the calculation of a likelihood ratio as a solution to the problem of comparison between two sets of replicatedâ€¦ (More)

- C. G. G. Aitken, D. Lucy, G. Zadora, J. M. Curran
- Computational Statistics & Data Analysis
- 2006

The evaluation of measurements on characteristics of trace evidence found at a crime scene and on a suspect is an important part of forensic science. There are commonly three levels of variation inâ€¦ (More)

- A Matthew Wilson, C. G. G. Aitken, Richard Sleeman, James F Carter
- Forensic science international
- 2014

Banknotes can be seized from crime scenes as evidence for suspected association with illicit drug dealing. Tandem mass spectrometry data are available from banknotes seized in criminalâ€¦ (More)

- Alex Biedermann, Silvia Bozza, Franco Taroni, C. G. G. Aitken
- Science & justice : journal of the Forensicâ€¦
- 2016

Evidential value is measured by a likelihood ratio. This ratio has two components, the probability, or probability density, of the evidence if the prosecution proposition is true and the probabilityâ€¦ (More)

- William C. Thompson, Franco Taroni, C. G. G. Aitken
- Journal of forensic sciences
- 2003

Errors in sample handling or test interpretation may cause false positives in forensic DNA testing. This article uses a Bayesian model to show how the potential for a false positive affects theâ€¦ (More)

- P F Rae, Michael V. Thrusfield, Ann Higgins, C. G. G. Aitken, Ted W. Jones, Antony George Luckins
- Epidemiology and infection
- 1989

Three enzyme immunoassays were used for the serodiagnosis of Trypanosoma evansi in camels in the Sudan in order to evaluate their ability to discriminate between infected and non-infected animals.â€¦ (More)

- Franco Taroni, Silvia Bozza, C. G. G. Aitken
- Journal of forensic sciences
- 2005

Forensic scientists are routinely faced with the problems of making decisions under circumstances of uncertainty (i.e., to perform or not perform a test). A decision making model in forensic scienceâ€¦ (More)

- C. G. G. Aitken, Tom Connolly, +4 authors Richard Oldfield
- Science & justice : journal of the Forensicâ€¦
- 1996

In spite of the problems associated with the development of a statistical approach in specific case analysis, the potential of two statistical methods, logistic regression and Bayesian beliefâ€¦ (More)