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The Preliminary Credibility Assessment System Embedded Algorithm Description and Validation Results GED-R-06-7571

@inproceedings{Harris2006ThePC,
  title={The Preliminary Credibility Assessment System Embedded Algorithm Description and Validation Results GED-R-06-7571},
  author={John C. Harris and Allan D R McQuarrie},
  year={2006}
}
This report describes a classification algorithm developed by the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory for use in evaluating data collected by the Preliminary Credibility Assessment System (PCASS). The PCASS instrument measures two physiological signals during a specifically generated structured interview and the embedded classification algorithm provides an indication of whether the physiological changes occurring during the interview are associated with truthfulness or… 

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