Ian W. Evett
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Probability theory transfer evidence basic statistics population genetics statistical genetics parentage testing mixtures presenting evidence. Appendices: statistical tables solutions to exercises.
Nine skeletons found in a shallow grave in Ekaterinburg, Russia, in July 1991, were tentatively identified by Russian forensic authorities as the remains of the last Tsar, Tsarina, three of their… Expand
The authors describe a new approach to decision-making in an operational forensic science organization based on a model, embodying the principles of Bayesian inference, which has been developed… Expand
The Bayesian approach to interpreting evidence is now interesting for many reasons, not least being the following firmly established within forensic science. Because it procomparison: vides a logical… Expand
The Forensic Science Service (FSS) has devoted appreciable effort to developing the application of the principles of evidence interpretation. Much of the work has been reported in previous papers in… Expand
Analysis of a mixed body fluid crime sample by means of a single locus DNA probe may give rise to several bands. If a suspect is found to have a profile which matches two of the bands, then the… Expand
This paper establishes a logical framework for taking account of peak areas when interpreting mixed DNA STR profiles. The principles apply wherever such data are available but they are illustrated… Expand
Abstract An approach to the interpretation of glass refractive index measurements in forensic science casework, which has been developed in five previous papers, is concluded with a discussion of the… Expand