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There is a growing interest in the possibility of artificial neural networks’ applications in forensics. Extensive research has been published on this subject, especially in the field of handwriting examination. However, it seldom discusses forensic and legal standards, which are the most...
It has been empirically demonstrated that the application of anthropological standards, developed using populations geographically or temporally disparate from that of a decedent, negatively impacts on classification accuracy. Therefore, there is a real need for population specific methodologies...
Vascular abnormalities of the spleen are infrequently encountered in medical practice and, among these, an aneurysm of the splenic vein is a rare event, being only a few dozen cases reported to date in the literature. The rarity of this clinical condition hinders the understanding of its...
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