|Posted on Sunday, January 13, 2002 - 01:49 pm: ||
From John Vanderkolk's excellent editorial submission, "Forensic Individualization of Images Using Quality and Quantity of Information", Journal of Forensic Identification
49 (3), 1999, page 253:
"If sufficient quality and quantity of information is present in the image, continue the comparison. If the quality and quantity of information is in the gray urea, continue the comparison process. Additional study of the image will take place during the comparison and evaluation of the images. If the quality and quantity of information is insufficient, the image is not suitable for a logical evaluation."
|Posted on Friday, January 11, 2002 - 04:26 pm: ||
how can I create a graph to show the clarity of latent prints from different surfaces?