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Below you’ll find links to data sources, code and more used in my published research.

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Data Sources

If you have any issues accessing my research data please contact me.

Unified Theory of Sensor Pattern Noise

Matthews, Richard; Falkner, Nickolas; Sorell, Matthew (2019): Raspberry Pi Dark Current Images – Camera 01, 05 and 06. figshare. Fileset. https://doi.org/10.25909/5c739e6feec90

Matthews, Richard; Falkner, Nickolas; Sorell, Matthew (2019): Raspi Flat field Images – Camera 01. figshare. Fileset. https://doi.org/10.25909/5c9589e08dfe3

Matthews, Richard; Falkner, Nickolas; Sorell, Matthew (2019): Raspi Flat field Images – Camera 02. figshare. Fileset. https://doi.org/10.25909/5c9a94e38f658

Matthews, Richard; Falkner, Nickolas; Sorell, Matthew (2019): Raspi Flat field Images – Camera 04. figshare. Fileset. https://doi.org/10.25909/5c98a2188c0a1


Code

There is no public code linked to my research at this stage.

If there is any code from my published research that you are interested in please get in touch.


Various links

These are useful packages I have found in the course of my research. Special mentions to the following tools which have been invaluable during my research:

Image Forensics

OSINT

Business

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