Metrology of Small Scale Features in Electrophotographic Non-Image Areas as Forensic Evidence
Abstract:The forensic community has traditionally relied on the qualitative examination of large-scale features for the identification of the electrophotographic device which produced a document. When no such large-scale features are present on a document, identification of the electrophotographic device which produced it is not usually possible. The following is a qualitative description of a proposed feasibility study to determine whether or not the small-scale features in non-image areas can be quantified for identification purposes.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: January 1, 2001
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