Operational benefits and challenges of the use of fingerprint statistical models: a field study.

@article{Neumann2011OperationalBA,
  title={Operational benefits and challenges of the use of fingerprint statistical models: a field study.},
  author={C{\'e}dric Neumann and Ismael Mateos-Garcia and Glenn Langenburg and Jennifer Kostroski and James E Skerrett and Martin Koolen},
  journal={Forensic science international},
  year={2011},
  volume={212 1-3},
  pages={32-46}
}
Research projects aimed at proposing fingerprint statistical models based on the likelihood ratio framework have shown that low quality finger impressions left on crime scenes may have significant evidential value. These impressions are currently either not recovered, considered to be of no value when first analyzed by fingerprint examiners, or lead to inconclusive results when compared to control prints. There are growing concerns within the fingerprint community that recovering and examining… CONTINUE READING

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