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Forensic Audio: ENF and Audio File Authentication

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[Feature] Audio forensics bene ts greatly from the research reported at a recent conference, and work continues on improving the reliability and ease of use of ENF data gathering and analysis. There's also considerable effort going in to the authentication of recordings made on mobile devices such as iOS systems. A novel approach to recording authentication was reported based on reverberation analysis.

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JAES Volume 65 Issue 10 pp. 863-867; October 2017
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