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AbstractResults are reported of a new experiment using an indistinct covert recording from a real murder trial, along with the police transcript admitted to ‘assist’ the court to hear its contents. Previous research using the same material has shown that the police transcript is inaccurate, yet...
AbstractRecently, one of the world’s leading scientific and technical advisory groups, the U.S. President’s Council of Advisors on Science and Technology (or PCAST), published an assessment of the research supporting several forensic science procedures in regular use. PCAST was particularly...
AbstractIn forensics, personal identification and criminal profiling have proved to be one of the important tasks in which variant features have been evaluated for the information related to individuals. Speaker profiling, identification of individuals through voice, is one such aspect of...
AbstractIn their 2009 report ‘Strengthening Forensic Science in the United States: A Path Forward’ the National Academies of Science (NAS) called for the development of a body of research establishing the limits of the performance of forensic scientists on a range comparison tasks. The NAS...
AbstractThe constant evolution of virtualisation technologies and the availability of anti-forensic techniques and tools complicate efforts by forensic investigators to investigate a crime or a cyber security incident. Forensic collection can be complicated and requires significant efforts to...
The need to perform digital investigations has, over the years, led to the exponential growth of the field of Digital Forensics (DF). However, quite a number of challenges face the act of proving – for purposes of Digital Forensic Readiness (DFR) – that an electronic event has occurred in...
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