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==Bibliography==
 
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* Foster, Kristina, [http://simson.net/ref/2012/kmf_thesis.pdf "Using Distinct Sectors in Media Sampling and Full Media Analysis to Detect Presence of Documents from a Corpus,"] Master's Thesis, Naval Postgraduate School, September 2012.
The [[Linux]] Logical Volume Manager, is commonly abreviated to LVM. Although LVM can used for other [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Logical_Volume_Management Logical Volume Management] variants as well.
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* Garfinkel, Simson, Vassil Roussev, Alex Nelson and Douglas White, [http://simson.net/clips/academic/2010.DFRWS.SmallBlockForensics.pdf Using purpose-built functions and block hashes to enable small block and sub-file forensics], DFRWS 2010, Portland, OR (Acceptance rate: 40%, 16/39)
 
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* Farrell, P., Garfinkel, S., White, D. [http://simson.net/clips/academic/2008.ACSAC.Bloom.pdf Practical Applications of Bloom filters to the NIST RDS and hard drive triage], Annual Computer Security Applications Conference 2008, Anaheim, California, December 2008. (Acceptance rate: 24%, 42/173)
== External Links ==
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* [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Logical_Volume_Manager_%28Linux%29 Wikipedia article on Logical Volume Manager]
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