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., & 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., 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.
  • Schotman, T.G., & Weerd, J. van der. (2015). On the recovery of fibres by tape lifts, tape scanning, and manual isolation. Science and Justice, 55, 415-421.
  • 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.