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Quantifying the weight of evidence from a forensic fingerprint comparison: a new paradigm
C Neumann, IW Evett, J Skerrett
Journal of the Royal Statistical Society Series A: Statistics in Society 175 …, 2012
2142012
Computation of likelihood ratios in fingerprint identification for configurations of any number of minutiae
C Neumann, C Champod, R Puch‐Solis, N Egli, A Anthonioz, ...
Journal of forensic sciences 52 (1), 54-64, 2007
2132007
Expressing evaluative opinions: a position statement
CEH Berger, J Buckleton, C Champod, IW Evett, G Jackson
Sci. Justice 51 (1), 1-2, 2011
1422011
Computation of likelihood ratios in fingerprint identification for configurations of three minutiae
C Neumann, C Champod, R Puch‐Solis, N Egli, A Anthonioz, D Meuwly, ...
Journal of forensic sciences 51 (6), 1255-1266, 2006
1252006
Interpretation of complex DNA profiles using empirical models and a method to measure their robustness
P Gill, J Curran, C Neumann, A Kirkham, T Clayton, J Whitaker, J Lambert
Forensic Science International: Genetics 2 (2), 91-103, 2008
982008
Forensic examination of ink by high-performance thin layer chromatography—The United States Secret Service Digital Ink Library
C Neumann, R Ramotowski, T Genessay
Journal of Chromatography A 1218 (19), 2793-2811, 2011
972011
New perspectives in the use of ink evidence in forensic science: Part I. Development of a quality assurance process for forensic ink analysis by HPTLC
C Neumann, P Margot
Forensic science international 185 (1-3), 29-37, 2009
742009
Consensus on validation of forensic voice comparison
GS Morrison, E Enzinger, V Hughes, M Jessen, D Meuwly, C Neumann, ...
Science & Justice 61 (3), 299-309, 2021
582021
Identifier comparison
C Neumann, R Puch-Solis
US Patent App. 11/084,354, 2006
522006
Level 3 details and their role in fingerprint identification: a survey among practitioners
A Anthonioz, N Egli, C Champod, C Neumann, R Puch-Solis, ...
Journal of Forensic Identification 58 (5), 562, 2008
482008
Quantitative assessment of evidential weight for a fingerprint comparison I. Generalisation to the comparison of a mark with set of ten prints from a suspect
C Neumann, IW Evett, JE Skerrett, I Mateos-Garcia
Forensic Science International 207 (1-3), 101-105, 2011
432011
Quantifying the weight of fingerprint evidence through the spatial relationship, directions and types of minutiae observed on fingermarks
C Neumann, C Champod, M Yoo, T Genessay, G Langenburg
Forensic science international 248, 154-171, 2015
422015
Improving the understanding and the reliability of the concept of ‘sufficiency’in friction ridge examination
C Neumann, C Champod, M Yoo, T Genessay, G Langenburg
National Institute of Justice, Washington DC, 2013
392013
New perspectives in the use of ink evidence in forensic science: Part III: Operational applications and evaluation
C Neumann, P Margot
Forensic Science International 192 (1-3), 29-42, 2009
392009
New perspectives in the use of ink evidence in forensic science: Part II. Development and testing of mathematical algorithms for the automatic comparison of ink samples …
C Neumann, P Margot
Forensic science international 185 (1-3), 38-50, 2009
382009
A Bayesian approach for interpreting shoemark evidence in forensic casework: Accounting for wear features
J Skerrett, C Neumann, I Mateos-Garcia
Forensic science international 210 (1-3), 26-30, 2011
372011
Operational benefits and challenges of the use of fingerprint statistical models: a field study
C Neumann, I Mateos-Garcia, G Langenburg, J Kostroski, JE Skerrett, ...
Forensic science international 212 (1-3), 32-46, 2011
352011
Criteria for comparing infrared spectra–A review of the forensic and analytical chemistry literature
B Lavine, J Almirall, C Muehlethaler, C Neumann, J Workman Jr
Forensic Chemistry 18, 100224, 2020
332020
An argument against presenting interval quantifications as a surrogate for the value of evidence
DM Ommen, CP Saunders, C Neumann
Science & Justice 56 (5), 383-387, 2016
312016
Review and application of functional data analysis to chemical data—The example of the comparison, classification, and database search of forensic ink chromatograms
R Burfield, C Neumann, CP Saunders
Chemometrics and Intelligent Laboratory Systems 149, 97-106, 2015
302015
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