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Hill, TP (1996)

A note on distributions of true versus fabricated data

Perceptual and Motor Skills 83, pp. 776-778 Part 1.

ISSN/ISBN: 0031-5215 DOI: 10.2466/pms.1996.83.3.776

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 do not conform to expected true digital frequencies.

@article{, title={A note on distributions of true versus fabricated data}, author={Hill, Theodore P}, journal={Perceptual and motor skills}, volume={83}, number={3}, pages={776--778}, year={1996}, publisher={Ammons Scientific}, ISSN={0031-5215}, DOI={10.2466/pms.1996.83.3.776}, }

Reference Type: Journal Article

Subject Area(s): General Interest