Logical implications of applying the principles of population genetics to the interpretation of DNA profiling evidence

Authors: Triggs, C.M.; Buckleton, J.S.

Source: Forensic Science International, Volume 128, Number 3, 28 August 2002 , pp. 108-114(7)

Publisher: Elsevier

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Keywords: DNA profiling; Forensic science; Identification; Likelihood ratio; Probability; Statistics

Document Type: Research Article

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S0379-0738(02)00168-8

Affiliations: University of Auckland, Department of Statistics, Private Bag 92019, , Auckland, New Zealand

Publication date: August 28, 2002

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