2020
DOI: 10.1002/wfs2.1405
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Experimentation of digital multimedia forensics: State of the art and research gaps

Abstract: Digital multimedia forensics (DMF) plays an outstanding role in digital forensics (DF) area as it encompasses solutions for promoting image, audio, and video evidence to be used in court. As every science, one straightforward way of evolving is conducting formal experiments and providing reliable and auditable evidence. Therefore, in this article, we systematically map and analyze how experiments in DMF have been conducted and whether data-based evidence has been provided. This article presents a subset of res… Show more

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“…Typically, the examiner may use different tools to generate different information and events, there is also a possibility to use different tools to generate the same event to make sure that the event is reproducible and to prove its validity [44] Therefore, an examiner should be familiar with different tools to conduct his analysis successfully.…”
Section: Information Analysismentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Typically, the examiner may use different tools to generate different information and events, there is also a possibility to use different tools to generate the same event to make sure that the event is reproducible and to prove its validity [44] Therefore, an examiner should be familiar with different tools to conduct his analysis successfully.…”
Section: Information Analysismentioning
confidence: 99%
“…In general, DF experiments provide poor analysis of the collected data mostly based on the mean of the samples, which is not sufficient for providing a proper and trusty result analysis and discussion [OliveiraJr et al 2022, OliveiraJr et al 2021, Casey 2013. Therefore, we hypothesize that the more formal is the experiment, the more reliable and reproducible are its results.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 98%