Wetenschappelijke publicaties 2015

  • Aitken, C.C.G., Barrett, A., Berger, C.E.H., Biedermann, A., Champod, C., Hicks, T., ... Zadora, G. (2015). ENFSI guideline for evaluative reporting in forensic science. European Network of Forensic Science Institutes. Wiesbaden: ENFSI.
  • Alberink, I., & Jongh, A. de. (2015). Authors’ Response on "Fingermark Evidence Evaluation Based on Automated Fingerprint Identification System Matching Scores: The Effect of Different Types of Conditioning on Likelihood Ratios". Journal of Forensic Sciences, 60(1), 252-256.
  • Ali, T., Spreeuwers, L., Veldhuis, R.N.J., & Meuwly, D. (2015). Sampling variability in forensic likelihood-ratio computation: A simulation study. Science and Justice, 55(6), 499-508.
  • Arthurs, O.J., & Rijn, R.R. van. (2015). Paediatric and perinatal postmortem imaging: Mortui vivos docent. Pediatric Radiology, 45(4), 476-477.
  • Arthurs, O.J., Rijn, R.R. van, Taylor, A.M., & Sebire, N.J. (2015). Paediatric and perinatal postmortem imaging: the need for a subspecialty approach. Pediatric Radiology, 45(4), 483-90.
  • Baiker, M., Pieterman, R., & Zoon, P. (2015). Toolmark variability and quality depending on the fundamental parameters: Angle of attack, toolmark depth and substrate material. Forensic Science International, 251, 40-49.
  • Bailey, M.J., Bradshaw, R., Francese, S., Puit, M. de, Costa, C., Ismail, M., Bosman, I., Webb, R.P., & Wolff, K. (2015). Rapid detection of cocaine, benzoylecgonine and methylecgonine in fingerprints using surface mass spectrometry. Analyst, 140(18), 6254-6259.
  • Bais, B., Kubat, B., Motazedi, E., & Verdijk, R.M. (2015). ß-Amyloid Precursor Protein and Ubiquitin Immunohistochemistry aid in the Evaluation of Infant Autopsy Eyes with Abusive Head Trauma. American journal of ophthalmology, 160(6), 1285-1295.
  • Basten, B., Bos, J. van den, Hills, M., Klint, P., Lankamp, A., Lisser, B., Ploeg, A. van der, Storm, T. van der, & Vinju, J. (2015). Modular Language Implementation in Rascal - Experience Report. Science of Computer Programming, 114, 7-19.
  • Beek, H.M.A. van, Eijk, E.J. van, Baar, R.B. van, Ugen, M., Bodde, J., & Siemelink, A.J. (2015). Digital Forensics as a Service: Game On. Digital Investigation, 15(Special Issue: Big Data and Intelligent Data Analysis), 20-38.
  • Begieneman, M.P., Rijvers, L., Kubat, B., Paulus, W.J., Vonk, A.B., Rossum, A.C. van, Schalkwijk, C.G., Stooker, W., Niessen, H.W., & Krijnen, P.A. (2015). Atrial Fibrillation Coincides with the Advanced Glycation End Product N-(Carboxymethyl)Lysine. American Journal of Pathology, 185(8), 2096-2104.
  • Benschop, C.C.G., Graaf, E.S.M., & Sijen, T. (2015). Is an increased drop-in rate appropriate with enhanced DNA profiling?. Forensic Science International: genetics supplement series, 5, e71-e72.
  • Benschop, C.C.G., Haned, H. , Jeurissen, L., Gill, P., & Sijen,T. (2015). The effect of varying the number of contributors on likelihood ratios for complex DNA mixtures. Forensic Science International: Genetics, 19, 92-99.
  • Benschop, C.C.G., Haned, H., Yoo, S., & Sijen,T. (2015). Evaluation of samples comprising minute amounts of DNA. Science and Justice, 55(5), 316-322.
  • Benschop, C.C.G., Yoo, S., & Sijen, T. (2015). Split DNA over replicates or perform one amplification?. Forensic Science International: genetics supplement series, 5, e532-e533.
  • Berger, C.E.H., Vergeer, P., & Buckleton, J.S. (2015). A more straightforward derivation of the LR for a database search. Forensic Science International: Genetics, 14, 156-160.
  • Biljardt, S., Brummel, A., Tijhuis, R., Sieswerda, T., Beenen, L.F., & Rijn, R.R. van. (2015). Post-mortem fluid stasis in the sinus, trachea and mainstem bronchi; a computed tomography study in adults and children. Journal of Forensic Radiology and Imaging, 3, 162-166.
  • Bolck, A., Ni, H., & Lopatka, M. (2015). Evaluating score- and feature-based likelihood ratio models for multivariate continuous data: applied to forensic MDMA comparison. Law, Probability and Risk, 14(3), 243-266.
  • Boztas, A., Riethoven, R., & Roeloffs, M. (2015). Smart TV forensics: Digital traces on televisions. Digital Investigation, 12(Suppl. 1), S72-S80.
  • Brust, H., Koeberg, M., Heijden, A. van der, Wiarda, W., Mugler, I., Schrader, M., Vivo-Truyols, G., Schoenmakers, P., & Asten, A. van. (2015). Isotopic and elemental profiling of ammonium nitrate in forensic explosives investigations. Forensic Science International, 248, 101–112.
  • Cadd, S.J., Mota, L., Werkman, D., Islam, M., Zuidberg, M., & Puit, M. de. (2015). Extraction of fatty compounds from fingerprints for GCMS analysis. Analytical Methods, 7(3), 1123-1132.
  • Figuera Mangle, M., Xu, X., & Puit, M. de. (2015). Performance of 1, 2-indanedione and the need for sequential treatment of fingerprints. Science and Justice, 55(5), 343-346.
  • Geradts, Z. (2015). Extracting Evidence from Big Multimedia Data. Rede uitgesproken bij de aanvaarding van het ambt van bijzonder hoogleraar Forensic Data Science aan de Faculteit der Natuurwetenschappen, Wiskunde en Informatica van de Universiteit van Amsterdam op donderdag 12 november 2015.
  • Geradts, Z., & Franke, K. (2015). Editorial for big data issue. Digital Investigation, 15(Special Issue: Big Data and Intelligent Data Analysis), 18-19.
  • Geradts, Z., & Gisolf, F. (2015). Large-Scale, Common-Source Identification of Digital Camera Images. Proceedings of the American Academy of Forensic Science, 67, 478.
  • Gill, P., Haned, H., Bleka, O., Hansson, O., Dørum, G., & Egeland, T. (2015). Genotyping and interpretation of STR-DNA: Low-template, mixtures and database matches—Twenty years of research and development . Forensic Science International: Genetics, 18, 100-117.
  • Gill, P., Haned, H., Eduardoff, E., Santos, C., Philips, C., & Parson, W. (2015). The open-source software LRmix can be used to analyse SNP mixtures. Forensic Science International: genetics supplement series, 249, e50-e51.
  • Haned, H., Benschop, C.C.G., Gill, P., & Sijen, T. (2015). Complex DNA mixture analysis in a forensic context: Evaluating the probative value using a likelihood ratio model. Forensic Science International: Genetics, 16(3), 17-25.
  • Haraksim, R., Ramos, D., Meuwly, D., & Berger, C.E.H. (2015). Measuring Coherence of Computer-Assisted Likelihood Ratio Methods. Forensic Science International, 249, 123-132.
  • Hendrikse, J.N., Grutters, M., & Schäfer, F. (2015). Identifying Ignitable Liquids Fire Debris: A Guideline for Forensic Experts. London: Academic Press.
  • Herlaar, K., Mieremet, M., & Fakkel, M. (2015). Measuring magnetic properties to discriminate between different laser printers. Journal of the American Society of Questioned Document Examiners, 18(2), 51-66.
  • Hicks, T., Biedermann, A., Koeijer, J. de, Taroni, F., Champod, C., & Evett, I.W. (2015). The importance of distinguishing information from evidence/observations when formulating propositions. Science and Justice, 55, 520–525.
  • Hoogeboom, B., Alberink, I., & Vrijdag, D. (2015). Photogrammetry in Digital Forensics. 
    In A.T.S. Ho & S. Li (Eds.), Handbook of digital forensics of multimedia data and devices (pp 185-217). Hoboken: Wiley - IEEE.
  • Janssen, M.H.E., Knijnenberg, A., & Stamouli, A. (2015). Exploration of mXRF analysis of gunshot residue from cartridge cases. SPIE Proceedings: Scanning Microscopies 2015, 9636, 96360-I.
  • Kerkhoff, W., Alberink, I., & Mattijsen, E.J.A.T. (2015). An Empirical Study on the Relation Between the Critical Angle for Bullet Ricochet and the Properties of Wood. Journal of Forensic Sciences, 60(3), 605-610.
  • Kerkhoff, W., Stoel, R.D., Berger, C.E.H., Mattijssen, E.J.A.T., Hermsen, R., Smits, N., & Hardy, H.J.J. (2015). Design and results of an exploratory double blind testing program in firearms examination. Science and Justice, 55(6), 514-519.
  • Klein, W.M., Bosboom, D.G., Koopmanschap, D.H., Nievelstein, R.A., Nikkels, P.G., & Rijn, R.R. van. (2015). Normal pediatric postmortem CT appearances. Pediatric Radiology, 45(4), 517-26.
  • Kloosterman, A.D., Mapes, A., Geradts, Z., Eijk, E.J. van, Koper, C., Berg, J. van den, Verheij, S., Steen, M. van der, & Asten, A. van. (2015). The interface between forensic science and technology: how technology could cause a paradigm shift in the role of forensic institutes in the criminal justice system. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B, 370(1674).
  • Kruijver, M., Meester, R., & Slooten, K. (2015). p-Values should not be used for evaluating the strength of DNA evidence. Forensic Science International: Genetics, 16, 226-231.
  • Kubat, B., Suylen, R-J., & Buiskool, M. (2015). Traumatic vertebral artery injury: proposal for classification of the severity of trauma and likelihood of fatal outcome. International Journal of Legal Medicine, 129, 141-148.
  • Lopatka, M., Sigman, M.E., Williams, M.R., Sjerps, M.J., & Vivo-Truyols, G. (2015). Class-conditional feature modeling for ignitable liquid classification with substantial substrate contribution in fire debris analysis. Forensic Science International, 252, 177-186.
  • Mapes, A.A., Kloosterman, A.D., & Poot, C.J. de. (2015). DNA in the Criminal Justice System: The DNA Success Story in Perspective. Journal of Forensic Sciences, 60(4), 851-856.
  • Mattijssen, E.J.A.T., Stoel, R.D., & Kerkhoff, W. (2015). Minimizing Contextual Bias in Forensic Firearms Examinations. In A. Jamieson, & A.A. Moenssens (Eds.), Wiley Encyclopedia of Forensic Science. New York: Wiley.
  • Mee, L. van der, Chow, E.S.Y., Smet, L.C.P.M. de, Puit, M. de, Sudhölter, E.J.R., & Jager, W.F. (2015). Fluorescent polyelectrolyte for the visualization of fingermarks. Analytical Methods, 7(24), 10121-10124.
  • Meuwly, D. (2015). Forensic Use of Fingermarks and Fingerprints. In S.Z. Li, & A.K. Jain, (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Biometrics (pp.723-735). New York, NY: Springer.
  • Meuwly, D. (2015). ID management in 2030. Den Haag: National Office for Identity Data.
  • Meuwly, D., Heeren, W., & Bolck, A. (2015). Exploring the strength of evidence of long-term formants in bilingual speakers. Proceedings of Annual Conference of the International Association for Forensic Phonetics and Acoustics, 75-76.
  • Muramoto, S., Forbes, T.P., Asten, A. van, & Gillen, G. (2015). Test Sample for the Spatially Resolved Quantification of Illicit Drugs on Fingerprints Using Imaging Mass Spectrometry. Analytical Chemistry, 87(10), 5444-5450.
  • Oijen, T.A.H. van, & Weerd, J. van der. (2015). Spectrometric Imaging of Polarization Colors and Its Application in Forensic Fiber Analysis. Applied Spectroscopy, 69(6), 773-782.
  • Oosterman, W.T., Kokshoorn, B., Maaskant-Van Wijk, P.A., & Zoete, J.C. de. (2015). From sub-source to source: Interpreting results of biological trace investigations using probabilistic models. Forensic Science International: genetics supplement series, 5, e590–e591.
  • Oosting, R., Hulst, R van der, Peschier, L.J.C., & Verschraagen, M. (2015). Toxicological findings in three cases of suicidal asphyxiation. Forensic Science International, 256, 38-41.
  • Palla, K., & Geradts, Z. (2015). Forensic Image Comparison of Feet. Proceedings of the American Academy of Forensic Science, 67, 482.
  • Peltenburg, H., Bosman, I., & Hermens, J.L. (2015). Sensitive determination of plasma protein binding of cationic drugs using mixed-mode solid-phase microextraction. Journal of Pharmaceutical and Biomedical Analysis, 115, 534-542.
  • Peltenburg, H., Droge, S.T.J. , Hermens, J.L., & Bosman, I. (2015). Sorption of amitriptyline and amphetamine to mixed-mode solid-phase microextraction in different test conditions. Journal of Chromatography A, 1390, 28-38.
  • Puit, M. de, Groeneveld, G., Bleay, S., Bradshaw, R., & Francese, S. (2015). Detection and mapping of illicit drugs and their metabolites in fingermarks by MALDI MS and compatibility with forensic techniques. Scientific Reports, 5(Article number: 11716), 1-13.
  • Thonen, E., Kubat, B., & Duijst, W.L. (2015). Deaths under the responsibility of the Dutch Police: lessons to be learned. Police Journal, 88(2), 123-136.
  • Vermeij, E., Zoon, P., Wijk, M. van, & Gerretsen, R.R.R. (2015). Microscopic Residues of Bone from Dissolving Human Remains in Acids. Journal of Forensic Sciences, 60(3), 770-776.
  • Vester, M.E., Bilo, R.A.C., Karst, W.A., Daams, J.G., Duijst, W.L., & Rijn, R.R. van. (2015). Subdural hematomas: glutaric aciduria type 1 or abusive head trauma? A systematic review. Forensic Science, Medicine and Pathology, 11(3), 405-15.
  • Vester, M.E.M., & Rijn, R.R. van. (2015). A knot in the gut: A paediatric post mortem CT diagnosis. Journal of Forensic Radiology and Imaging, 3(4), 238-240.
  • Vooijs, C., Vergeer, P., & Weerd, J. van der. (2015). Towards source level evaluation of the evidential value of fibre examinations. Forensic Science International, 250, 57–67.
  • Wesselink, M., Bergwerff, L., Hoogmoed, D., Kloosterman, A.D., & Kuiper, I. (2015). Forensic utility of the feline mitochondrial control region – A Dutch perspective. Forensic Science International: Genetics, 17, 25-32.
  • Wieten, R., Zoete, J. de, Blankers, B.J., & Kokshoorn, B. (2015). The interpretation of traces found on adhesive tapes. Law, Probability and Risk, 14(4), 305-322.
  • Wisse, W., & Veenman, C. (2015). Scripting DNA: Identifying the JavaScript programmer. Digital Investigation, 15(Special Issue: Big Data and Intelligent Data Analysis), 61-71.
  • Wolff, T. de, Kal, A.J., Berger, C.E.H., & Kokshoorn, B. (2015). A probabilistic approach to body fluid typing interpretation: An exploratory study. Law, Probability and Risk, 14(4), 323-339.
  • Zandwijk, J.P. van. (2015). A mathematical approach to NAND flash-memory descrambling and decoding. Digital Investigation, 12, 41-52.
  • Zoete, J.C. de, Sjerps, M.J., Lagnado, D., & Fenton, N. (2015). Modelling crime linkage with Bayesian networks. Science and Justice, 55(3), 209-217.