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Forensic identification is the task of determining whether or not observed evidence arose from a known source. It involves determining a likelihood ratio (LR) -the ratio of the joint probability of the evidence and source under the identification hypothesis (that the evidence came from the source) and under the exclusion hypothesis (that the evidence did not arise from the source). In LR-based decision methods, particularly handwriting comparison, a variable number of input evidences is used. Adoi:10.1117/12.2002458 dblp:conf/drr/SrihariKTB13 fatcat:ctrzhqprgzf7nd2s5qc54cf65q