Transdisciplinary study of forensic science in the context of identification at the era of the Information Society
|Directeur /trice||Prof David-Olivier Jaquet-Chiffelle|
|Résumé de la thèse||
Forensic science is subdivided in increasingly specialised fields. A need for transdisciplinarity is postulated to strengthen the unity of forensic science and link the different forensic disciplines under the problem of the trace. The virtual persons model, created for information and communication technologies, is a general and abstract representation of identity and identification. Its transdisciplinary nature may find an application as a unifying model for forensic science concerning the questioning about identification. This model is evaluated and used to question forensic science in general.
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