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A Note on Distributions of True Versus Fabricated Data
Perceptual and Motor Skills
  • Theodore P Hill, Georgia Institute of Technology - Main Campus
Publication Date
12-1-1996
Abstract
New empirical evidence and statistical derivations of Benford’s Law have led to successful goodness-of fit tests to detect fraud in accounting data. Several recent case studies support the hypothesis that fabricated data does not conform to expected true digital frequencies.
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Citation Information
Theodore P Hill. "A Note on Distributions of True Versus Fabricated Data" Perceptual and Motor Skills Vol. 83 (1996) p. 776 - 778
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/tphill/51/