Marjan Sjerps
Marjan Sjerps
Netherlands Forensic Institute
E-mail megerősítve itt: nfi.minvenj.nl
Hivatkozott rá
Hivatkozott rá
ENFSI guideline for evaluative reporting in forensic science
CCG Aitken, A Barrett, CEH Berger, A Biedermann, C Champod, TN Hicks, ...
Expressing evaluative opinions: a position statement
CEH Berger, J Buckleton, C Champod, IW Evett, G Jackson
Sci Justice 51 (1), 1-2, 2011
Error rates in forensic DNA analysis: Definition, numbers, impact and communication
A Kloosterman, M Sjerps, A Quak
Forensic science international: Genetics 12, 77-85, 2014
Forensic potential of comprehensive two-dimensional gas chromatography
A Sampat, M Lopatka, M Sjerps, G Vivo-Truyols, P Schoenmakers, ...
TrAC Trends in Analytical Chemistry 80, 345-363, 2016
Shoe print examinations: Effects of expectation, complexity and experience
JH Kerstholt, R Paashuis, M Sjerps
Forensic science international 165 (1), 30-34, 2007
Performance study of a score‐based likelihood ratio system for forensic fingermark comparison
AJ Leegwater, D Meuwly, M Sjerps, P Vergeer, I Alberink
Journal of forensic sciences 62 (3), 626-640, 2017
Why the effect of prior odds should accompany the likelihood ratio when reporting DNA evidence
R Meester, M Sjerps
Law, Probability and Risk 3 (1), 51-62, 2004
The evidential value in the DNA database search controversy and the two-stain problem
R Meester, M Sjerps
Biometrics 59 (3), 727-732, 2003
Effects of competition on optimal patch leaving: a war of attrition
M Sjerps, P Haccou
Theoretical Population Biology 46 (3), 300-318, 1994
Class-conditional feature modeling for ignitable liquid classification with substantial substrate contribution in fire debris analysis
M Lopatka, ME Sigman, MJ Sjerps, MR Williams, G Vivó-Truyols
Forensic science international 252, 177-186, 2015
A Dutch population study of the STR Loci HUMTHO1, HUMFES/FPS, HUMVWA31/1 and HUMF13A1, conducted for forensic purposes
M Sjerps, N van der Geest, C Pieron, M Gajadhar, A Kloosterman
International Journal of Legal Medicine 108, 127-134, 1995
The use of δ2H and δ18O isotopic analyses combined with chemometrics as a traceability tool for the geographical origin of bell peppers
E De Rijke, JC Schoorl, C Cerli, HB Vonhof, SJA Verdegaal, ...
Food Chemistry 204, 122-128, 2016
How clear is transparent? Reporting expert reasoning in legal cases
MJ Sjerps, CEH Berger
Law, probability and risk 11 (4), 317-329, 2012
Uncertainty and LR: to integrate or not to integrate, that’s the question
MJ Sjerps, I Alberink, A Bolck, RD Stoel, P Vergeer, JH Van Zanten
Law, Probability and Risk 15 (1), 23-29, 2016
Modelling crime linkage with Bayesian networks
J de Zoete, M Sjerps, D Lagnado, N Fenton
Science & Justice 55 (3), 209-217, 2015
A probabilistic approach for the interpretation of RNA profiles as cell type evidence
J de Zoete, J Curran, M Sjerps
Forensic Science International: Genetics 20, 30-44, 2016
On the consequences of DNA profile mismatches for close relatives of an excluded suspect
M Sjerps, AD Kloosterman
International journal of legal medicine 112, 176-180, 1999
Detection and characterization of ignitable liquid residues in forensic fire debris samples by comprehensive two-dimensional gas chromatography
AAS Sampat, B Van Daelen, M Lopatka, H Mol, G Van der Weg, ...
Separations 5 (3), 43, 2018
Probabilistic peak detection for first-order chromatographic data
M Lopatka, G Vivó-Truyols, MJ Sjerps
Analytica chimica acta 817, 9-16, 2014
The interpretation of conventional and'Bayesian'verbal scales for expressing expert opinion: A small experiment among jurists
M Sjerps, DB Biesheuvel
International Journal of Speech, Language and the Law 6 (2), 214-227, 1999
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