Forensic Technology Center of Excellence


Success Story: Advancing Mixture Interpretation Analysis with NOCIt

Success Story: Advancing Mixture Interpretation Analysis with NOCIt

National Institute of Justice and Rutgers University

Report Date

September 2020


"One could argue that a better approach than opting for the minimum number of contributors to a mixture might be to determine the number of contributors best supported by the data."

- Jaheida Perez, et al. | The New York City Office of Chief Medical Examiner

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