Forensic Comparative Science

Forensic Comparative Science : Qualitative Quantitative Source Determination of Unique Impressions, Images, and Objects

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While there is no such thing as a perfect match in the field of forensic comparative science, Forensic Comparative Science: Qualitative Quantitative Source Determination of Unique Impressions, Images, and Objects provides the experience, understanding, and judgment, necessary for concluding whether two unique images share common origin from a unique and persistent source. Knowing there will be ranges of different levels of details throughout images, the expert must be able to comprehend when a sufficient quality and quantity of details is reached to render a judgment. By utilizing a process of analyzing the first image, analyzing the second image, comparing them to each other, and evaluating the significance of the analyses and comparisons based on expertise, the comparative scientist will be able to recognize the belief and believe the recognition that occurs during comparative examinations. Forensic Comparative Science presents a philosophical and theoretical approach to explaining the cognitive process of comparative measurements and source determination. Science is about understanding and generalizing nature. This book is about generalizing comparative science.
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Product details

  • Hardback | 368 pages
  • 195.58 x 233.68 x 20.32mm | 771.1g
  • Academic Press Inc
  • San Diego, United States
  • English
  • 0123735823
  • 9780123735829
  • 1,545,161

Table of contents

Chapter 1: Recognizing Belief

Chapter 2: Believing Recognition

Chapter 3: Unique and Persistent Surfaces of the Source

Chapter 4: Ranges of Levels of Details in Images

Chapter 5: Qualitative Quantitative Relationship of Details

Chapter 6: Analysis, Analysis, Comparison, Evaluation, and Verification

Chapter 7: Fractures, Tears, and Separations

Chapter 8: Tools and Guns

Chapter 9: Shoes and Tires

Chapter 10: Unique Surface Structures on a Body

Chapter 11: It Just Does Not Matter
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