<- Home <- Arhive <- Vol. 20, Issue 4, December 2012

Rom J Leg Med20(4)303-306(2012)
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Computer application for forensic determination of conception date

C. Precup, M. Ifrim, C. Toth, O. Bulzan, F. Dragan,

Abstract: The goal of the study showcased in this paper is to present how the removal of the human factor and the added speed of calculations affect the results of forensic expertise in the case of determining the period of conception in paternity research. We do this by introducing experimental software and applying standard methods such as the methodology of forensic expertise used to design limited range of conception period for minors in paternity research, the calculation of the probability to conceive before or during the start of cohabitation and the calculation of the probability to conceive after the start of cohabitation, standards which were al developed by the National Institute of Forensic Medicine ,,Mina Minovici” Bucharest and are used nationwide. The data introduced in the program were the parameters already established for intrauterine growth which were obtained by processing mathematical tables and curves of Lubchenco for rapid determination of the statistical average duration of pregnancy and its limits. The software we are presenting in this paper was developed in .NET and has interface which is simple to use allowing the user to easily calculate the probable period of conception via a mathematical algorithm.
Keywords: forensic expertise, the probability of calculus of conception, experimental software

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