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Selected imaging techniques applied in forensic science

@inproceedings{asiska2018SelectedIT,
  title={Selected imaging techniques applied in forensic science},
  author={A. Łasińska},
  year={2018}
}
the article presents issues that include various imaging techniques used in forensics. technology development observed in the modern world, implies changes in all areas of life, improving, speeding up and opening them to new research capabilities. the use of advanced technology allows precise analysis of the evidence. the opportunity to observe different samples at high magnification is necessary in the performance of their documentation (examination of the morphology of the surface, setting… Expand
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