Setting the boundaries of prior influence on kinship relation testing: the case of many hypotheses


Kinship relation and, in particular, paternity probability estimation using a Bayesian approach require the input of a priori probabilities of different hypotheses. In practical case work, a priori probabilities or priors, for short, must often be estimated using only common sense and symmetry arguments because in most cases, there is no evidence-based… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s00414-013-0827-6


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