Standard Terminology Relating to Forensic Science (Includes all amendments and changes 6/19/2020).Translate name
STANDARD published on 15.1.2019
Designation standards: ASTM E1732-19e1
Publication date standards: 15.1.2019
The number of pages: 29
Approximate weight : 87 g (0.19 lbs)
Country: American technical standard
Category: Technical standards ASTM
ICS Number Code 01.040.11 (Health care technology (Vocabularies)), 11.020 (Medical sciences and health care facilities in general)
|Significance and Use|
3.1 These terms have particular application to the forensic sciences. In addition, a hierarchy of sources of definitions were used in the development of this terminology. The hierarchy is as follows: Webster’s New Collegiate 7th Dictionary; technical dictionaries; and the Compilation of ASTM Standard Definitions 1.1 This terminology standard includes definitions of terms used in the forensic sciences.
1.2 Legal and scientific and terms in common use that are generally understood or defined adequately in other readily available sources may not be included, except when dictionaries show multiple definitions and it seems desirable to indicate the definitions recommended for forensic science use.
1.3 Section A defines terms that are common to multiple areas of forensic science, whereas, the subsequent sections define terms pertaining to specific forensic science areas, as follows:
1.4 Entries listed in Sections B–E reflect only those existing in Committee E30 standards current with the date of a once yearly review of Committee E30 standards. Changes to standards or entries following this date will appear in Sections B–E after the following year’s review date.
1.5 An alphabetical list of the terms defined in this standard is given in , which also identifies the section(s) in which each term is defined.
1.6 Definitions identical to those published by another standards-developing organization or ASTM committee are identified with the abbreviation of the name of the organization or the identifying document and ASTM committee; for example, ASME is the American Society of Mechanical Engineers.
1.7 In some cases different usage of a term in different fields has been noted.
1.8 This international standard was developed in accordance with internationally recognized principles on standardization established in the Decision on Principles for the Development of International Standards, Guides and Recommendations issued by the World Trade Organization Technical Barriers to Trade (TBT) Committee.
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