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CRIME SCENE INVESTIGATION THROUGH DNA TRACES USING BAYESIAN NETWORKS

 

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ANDRADE Marina, (PT), FERREIRA Manuel Alberto M., (PT)

Abstract

The use of biological information in crime scene identification problems is becoming more and more common. In this work, a crime scene is presented and used to exemplify the use of Bayesian networks, to analyse the information contained in a mixture DNA trace, referring to a crime in which there are two victims’ and two suspect’s involved. It is also made some discussion about the hypotheses to be considered in order to make them compatible with the possible information extracted from the mixture trace that constitutes the evidence.
 

 

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CRIME SCENE INVESTIGATION THROUGH DNA TRACES USING BAYESIAN NETWORKS
Aplimat - Journal of Applied Mathematics and Engineering, Vol. 6(2014), ISSN:1337 - 6365, pp. 15-20

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ANDRADE, M., FERREIRA, M. A. M. - CRIME SCENE INVESTIGATION THROUGH DNA TRACES USING BAYESIAN NETWORKS, Aplimat - Journal of Applied Mathematics and Engineering, Vol. 6(2014), ISSN:1337 - 6365, pp. 15-20.
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© 2014 The Authors. Published by Slovak Technical University in Bratislava. This is an open access article under the CC BY-NC-ND license (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/3.0/).

 

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