Mathematics, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Center for Statistics and Applications in Forensic Evidence (CSAFE)"
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Many areas of forensics are moving away from the notion of classifying evidence simply as a match or non-match. Instead, some use score-based likelihood ratios (SLR) to quantify the similarity between two pieces of evidence, such as a fingerprint obtained from a crime scene and a fingerprint obtained from a suspect. We apply trace-anchored score-based likelihood ratios to the camera device identification problem. We use photo-response non-uniformity (PRNU) as a camera fingerprint and one minus the normalized correlation as a similarity score. We calculate trace-anchored SLRs for 10,000 images from seven camera devices from the BOSSbase image dataset. We include a comparison between our results the universal detector method.
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Reinder, Stephanie; Lin, Li; Chen, Wenhao; Guan, Yong; and Newman, Jennifer, "Score-based likelihood ratios in camera device identification" (2020). CSAFE Publications. 59.