Rule Induction in Forensic Science

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Evett, I., W. and Spiehler, E., J.

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Info: KBS in Goverment (Conference proceedings), 1987, p. 107-118
Keywords:genetic algorithms, genetic programming, BEAGLE
Notes:
British Library shelfmark 5088.238300 BEAGLE trial by UK Home Office forensic scientist to give binary and three way classification of class samples based on its refractive index and its composition (8 elements obtianed by scanning electron microscope). In blind trial (ten cases) "The results reported from BEAGLE rules gave the lowest error rate." [page 116] when compared to two standard techniques, neighest 3 neighbours (cartestian distance) and Statistical Package for the Social Sciences (SPSS).
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BibTex:
@InProceedings{evett:1987:rifs,
  author =       "Ian W. Evett and E. J. Spiehler",
  title =        "Rule Induction in Forensic Science",
  booktitle =    "KBS in Goverment",
  year =         "1987",
  pages =        "107--118",
  publisher_address = "Pinner, UK",
  publisher =    "Online Publications",
  keywords =     "genetic algorithms, genetic programming, BEAGLE",
  notes =        "British Library shelfmark 5088.238300

                 BEAGLE trial by UK Home Office forensic scientist to
                 give binary and three way classification of class
                 samples based on its refractive index and its
                 composition (8 elements obtianed by scanning electron
                 microscope). In blind trial (ten cases) {"}The results
                 reported from BEAGLE rules gave the lowest error
                 rate.{"} [page 116] when compared to two standard
                 techniques, neighest 3 neighbours (cartestian distance)
                 and Statistical Package for the Social Sciences
                 (SPSS).",
}