- •Extensions of previous work on DNA database matching probabilities.
- •Relaxation of exact matching to include wild cards.
- •Incorporates the concepts of rare alleles in DNA database matching.
- •All methods are implemented in open source software.
- •Numerical examples demonstrate the effect of wild cards and rare alleles.
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