Statistical methodology plays a key role in ensuring that DNA evidence is collected, interpreted, analyzed and presented correctly. With the recent advances in computer technology, this methodology is more complex than ever before. There are a growing number of books in the area but none are devoted to the computational analysis of evidence. This book presents the methodology of statistical DNA forensics with an emphasis on the use of computational techniques to analyze and interpret forensic evidence.
Wing Kam Fung - Department of Statistics and Actuarial Science, University of Hong Kong With 20 years of lecturing and research experience, Professor Fung has been invited many times to give talks at workshops and international conferences. He has written over 130 papers in statistics, DNA profiling and forensic science, and is currently an Associate Editor for 4 statistical journals. Yue-Qing Hu - Department of Mathematics, Southeast University An Associate Professor, Yue-Qing Hu has published over 30 refereed papers, a number of these with Wing Kam Fung.