Computational forensics

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  • Legal Constraints In Forensic Science

    Forensic science [2-4] is an area that deals with the application of scientific knowledge to legal situations. As such, it provides a great deal of truth to many legal proceeding. The forensic sciences – forensic chemistry [5-8], forensic biology [9,10], forensic anthropology [11], forensic medicine [12], forensic materials science [13,14], forensic engineering [15], computational forensics [16], among others – are broadly used to resolve civil disputes, to justify and enforce criminal laws and government regulations, and to protect public health. It should be kept in mind, however, that forensic analysis is strongly controlled by the legal constraints which affect both the work implementation and the results. (REF JH INTRO) Forensic science…

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  • The Pros And Cons Of Parallel Computing

    1024 Chickens Europe has turned to Skynet for farming advice. European Union agriculture commissioner Phil Hogan announced last Friday a multi-billion dollar plan to integrate digital sensors in every aspect of crop production to “produce more with less.” For instance, data from satellites could determine how best to apply fertilizers and pesticides, thus improving efficiency and crop yields. This undertaking would have been unthinkable a decade ago. But a new advance - parallel…

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  • Personal Narrative: My Interest In Computer Science

    In a turn in my life, for college, I 've chosen Physics over the Computer Science, lots of factors were involved that here is not a place to discuss. During my bachelor, I tried to use my programming knowledge in a positive way. I tried to take as many computational related courses as it was available. My B.Sc thesis was also simulation related. In a sense, I became a Computational Physicist. But that was not enough. The more I learned the computer related parts of any problem, the deeper my…

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  • Personal Statement Of Experiencing Computer Science And Math

    Experiencing computer science and mathematics at BC has inspired me and sparked a passion. I take so much pride in my study of Math and Computer Science because I can see the need and potential for computer scientists, mathematicians, and engineers in society; they are essential. One of my first realizations of this was through the Mcnair Exploratory Program. An undergraduate research program; Mcnair 's goal is to give underrepresented minorities a chance to experience research under the…

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  • Math Personal Statement

    online like Coursera and designed my own webpage. On the webpage I used lighter and deeper colors to strengthen the comments and found that the effect is better than bold font. During my third year at the university I chose Information and Computational Science as my major. It is a disciplinary science of mathematics and computer science. During my studies I was trained in theory and practice. Because of the increasing interests in computer science, I am strongly motivated and each year my…

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  • Personal Statement Of Purpose/UCSD/Computer Vision

    Statement of Purpose / UCSD / Computer Vision / Ph. D. Sung-Pil Paek [Introduction] This statement applies for admission to the Ph.D. program in Department of Computer Science and Engineering of UCSD, specifically, to continue my study in computer vision as a subfield. I indeed am interested in recognizing, identifying, and detecting the real world through computers in particular with visual information. Based on an understanding of our surroundings of life, I always enjoy replacing the…

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  • My Ambition In Computer Education

    In Indian education system, students have to study a specific set of subject even if they are not good at it or not interested in it. For instance me, I had to study a subject in which I wasn 't interested since I was a kid, which was computer science. I had to study this subject from grade 1st till grade 8th as a compulsory subject. Creating interest in computer science was just like an alarm bell rings. As I was at a critical stage (class11), with a heavy heart, I had to choose a course in…

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  • Allen Developing Mouse Brain Atlas (ADA) And

    According to Solso (2008), artificial intelligence is a branch of computer science that uses programs to enhance cognitive functions. Pattern-recognition uses previous experience to identify a pattern accurately. Pattern-recognition through artificial intelligence is an area being explored at an extraordinary rate. Through the use of experiments using mouse brains and three data sets that consider neural networking for pattern recognition is not so far away. In the study presented by Zeng…

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  • Why I Chose Computer Science Essay

    My chosen major is Computer Science with a business concentration. I have always had an affinity for computers. It seems like on some level they speak to me and I wanted to learn how to speak back in their language. I also am a pretty big gamer and learning how to write and design games is something I have wanted to learn since I was about thirteen years old. Another reason I want to major in computer science is the ongoing proliferation of Internet connected devices and devices with single chip…

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  • Trayvon Martin/George Zimmerman Case Study

    case is a case that dramatically influenced forensic science. On the night of February 26, 2012, Trayvon Martin a 17 year old high school student was fatally shot by George Zimmerman in Sanford, Florida, The United States. Gorge Zimmerman, who was a 28 year old man of mixed race (Hispanic) was the coordinator for a neighborhood watch for the gated community where Trayvon Martin was living temporarily (Gray 2012). The 17 year old Trayvon Martin was unarmed during the incident but after the police…

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