Improving Forensic Identification in Bayesian Networks : Accounting for Population Substructure. Amanda B. Hepler. Outline. Population Substructure (PS) Bayesian Networks Introduction Incorporating PS into Paternity Networks Example. What Is Population Substructure?.
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Improving Forensic Identification in Bayesian Networks :Accounting for Population Substructure
Amanda B. Hepler
- measures the extent of common ancestry
Genotype Nodes(A1A1, A1A2, A2A2)
Allele/Gene Nodes(A1, A2)
PF’s Maternal Gene
PF’s Paternal Gene
Hypothesis Node (Yes, No)
is the value of n1 after founder 2
is the value of n1 after founder 3, etc.
now depends on
This same result can be obtained using HUGIN: