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Inclusion probability for DNA mixtures is a subjective one-sided match statistic unrelated to identification information
Mark William Perlin
Background: DNA mixtures of two or more people are a common type of forensic crime scene evidence. A match statistic that connects the evidence to a criminal defendant is usually needed for cou...
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Response to Rojo and Bueno: "Analysis of the impact of high resolution monitors in digital pathology"
Rebecca Randell, Roy A Ruddle, Rhys G Thomas, Darren Treanor
We thank Rojo and Bueno for their thoughtful commentary on our study of the effect of display resolution on diagnostic speed. Display resolution is a critical factor in digital pathology efficiency. O...
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Analysis of the impact of high-resolution monitors in digital pathology
Marcial García Rojo, Gloria Bueno
The work from Randell et al.[1] evaluates the efficiency of pathologists when using different technologies for interpreting microscopic slides: A conventional microscope, a 24-inch 2.3-megapixel singl...
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