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    Volume 30, Issue 3 (July 1985)

    Microcomputers in Forensic Science

    (Received 10 October 1984; accepted 16 November 1984)

    Published Online: 1985


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    In the last few years, there has been a revolution in computer technology. Small, inexpensive, and powerful microcomputers are assuming the work previously done by expensive and limited minicomputers and manual systems. New uses of microcomputers and several forensic science applications of user definable software is discussed. This paper also reviews basic computer systems and cautions for prospective users.

    Author Information:

    Neiburger, EJ
    Deputy coroner, Lake County, Waukegan, IL; curator of anthropology, Lake County Museum; and editor, Dental Computer Newsletter, Waukegan, IL

    Stock #: JFS11021J


    DOI: 10.1520/JFS11021J

    Title Microcomputers in Forensic Science
    Symposium ,
    Committee E30