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Sampling & Non-Response: Implications for inference in black-box studies

Conference/Workshop:
University of California Law San Francisco Symposium
Published: 2023
Primary Author: Kori Khan

The following is from University of California Law San Francisco symposium “Forensic identification in criminal courts,” February 2023. Posted with permission of CSAFE.

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