Forensic Animation - Areas of Usage

Areas of Usage

Computational criminology is interdisciplinary in the sense that both criminologists and computing scientists work together to ensure that computational models properly match their theoretical and real-world counterparts. Areas of criminology for which computational approaches are being used include:

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... The first use of forensic animation was in Connors v ... United States, both sides used computer re-creations and animations in a case surrounding the crash of Delta Flight 191 on August 2, 1985 ...

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