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Correction: Measuring What Latent Fingerprint Examiners Consider Sufficient Information for Individualization Determinations

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Correction: Measuring What Latent Fingerprint Examiners Consider Sufficient Information for Individualization Determinations

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Fig. 3 is incorrect. The image for Figure 8 was inadvertently published twice. The authors have provided a corrected version of Fig. 3 here.

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Fig 3. Associations of (A) minutia count and value determinations from analysis of the latent (n = 3730); (B) corresponding minutia count and determinations from comparison of latent and exemplar prints on mated data (n = 2796).

In (B), 1.6% of determinations with 12 or more corresponding minutiae marked were not individualized. A few responses in (B) indicate NV with corresponding minutiae due to examiners changing their value determinations during Comparison.

https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0118172.g001

S1 Video is truncated. Please view the correct S1 Video here.

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S1 Video. White Box Latent Print Examiner Study Tutorial (Video).

https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0118172.s001

Reference

  1. 1. Ulery BT, Hicklin RA, Roberts MA, Buscaglia J (2014) Measuring What Latent Fingerprint Examiners Consider Sufficient Information for Individualization Determinations. PLoS ONE 9(11): e110179.