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The '''Automatic Fingerprint Identification Systems''' ('''AFIS''') is a systems that reports if two [[fingerprint]]s are a likely match (that is, made by the same finger) or not a likely match.
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The '''Automatic Fingerprint Identification System''' ('''AFIS''') is a system that reports if two [[fingerprint]]s are a likely match (that is, made by the same finger) or not a likely match.
  
 
AFIS is not a digital forensics technique, but it is a forensic technique that uses digital computers.
 
AFIS is not a digital forensics technique, but it is a forensic technique that uses digital computers.

Revision as of 13:33, 30 March 2006

The Automatic Fingerprint Identification System (AFIS) is a system that reports if two fingerprints are a likely match (that is, made by the same finger) or not a likely match.

AFIS is not a digital forensics technique, but it is a forensic technique that uses digital computers.