Item description for Uncertainty Analysis for Forensic Science by Raymond M. Brach...
We live in an increasingly complex society in which we are constantly overwhelmed by numbers and units. However, units and measurements are not meant to confuse people but to help them. They were developed and designed to allow for effective communication on commercial and technical levels. Simply put, they are the structure behind all technical accomplishments.
The purpose of this text is to introduce the reader to these elements of Uncertainty Analysis so that they can be applied to forensics. This challenging book covers the fundamentals of Uncertainty Analysis-a tool used by engineers and scientists throughout the world to estimate uncertainty.
This instructive book has been geared solely towards the many legal professionals and forensic engineers who are unaware of Uncertainty Analysis for Forensic Science and its potential applications in the courtroom. Covering a wide range of topics that range from probability and statistical variables, mathematical relationships and equations, to sensitivity and design of experiments, this text has everything you could possibly want. If you are looking for a detailed work on this particular subject matter that will give you the facts and knowledge you need, then you are in for a very pleasant surprise. Uncertainty Analysis for Forensic Science serves to enlighten, inform and familiarize one with these particular ideas by applying scientific and medical knowledge to legal matters.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9" Width: 6" Height: 0.6" Weight: 0.7 lbs.
Release Date Mar 30, 2004
Publisher Lawyers and Judges Publishing
ISBN 1930056206 ISBN13 9781930056206
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More About Raymond M. Brach
Raymond M. Brach, Ph.D., P.E., is a consultant in the field of accident reconstruction and a professor emeritus from the Department of Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering, University of Notre Dame. He was granted a Ph.D. in Engineering Mechanics from the University of Wisconsin, Madison, and a BS and MS in Mechanical Engineering from Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, Illinois. His specialized areas of teaching and research include mechanical design, mechanics, vibrations, acoustics, applications of statistics and quality control, vehicle dynamics, accident reconstruction and microparticle dynamics. He is a licensed professional engineer in the State of Indiana and is a Fellow member of SAE. In addition to over 100 research papers and numerous invited lectures, he has authored Mechanical Impact Dynamics, published by Wiley Interscience and Vehicle Accident Analysis and Reconstruction Methods, SAE, 2005.