(Received 18 June 1990; accepted 27 November 1990)
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A concept of the mathematical evaluation of human hair evidence is derived. This concept can be realized in a special computer program, the output of which is an incrimination probability. The problems of not knowing the true number of sources and the correct partition of hairs corresponding to their sources are solved from the point of view of avoiding an unjustified incrimination.
Professor, Sektion Kriminalistik, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Berlin,
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