- Category: Journal Articles
Shor, Y., Wiesner, S., Tsach, T., Gurel, R. & Yekutieli Y. (2018). Inherent variation in multiple shoe-sole test impressions. Forensic Science International, 285, 189-203.
Kaplan, D. N., Mandel, M., Wiesner, S., Yekutieli, Y., Shor, Y. & Spiegelman C. (2018). Dependence among randomly acquired characteristics on shoeprints and their features. Forensic Science International, 283, 173-179.
Thompson, T. J. U. & Norris, P. (2018). A new method for the recovery and evidential comparison of footwear impressions using 3D structured light scanning. Science & Justice, 58(3), 237-243.
Kong, B., Supancic, J., Ramanan, D. and Fowlkes, C. Cross-Domain Forensic Shoeprint Matching. British Machine Vision Conference (BMVC), London, (Sept 2017).
Paper: S.P. Lund and H. Iyer, Likelihood Ratio as Weight of Forensic Evidence: A Closer Look. Journal of Research of National Institute of Standards and Technology, Published online 12 October 2017. DOI: 10.6028/jres.122.027
Richetelli, N., Lee, M. C., Lasky, C. A., Gump, M. E., & Speir, J. A. (2017). Classification of footwear outsole patterns using Fourier transform and local interest points. Forensic Science International, 275, 102-109.
Snyder, C. (2016). A Comparison of Photography and Casting Methods of Footwear Impressions in Different Sandy Soil Substrates. Journal of Forensic Identification, 66(1), 37-58.
Loll, A. (2016). Understanding Digital Enhancement Processes. Journal of Forensic Identification, 66(1), 3-12.
Burrow, J. G. (2016). Is Diurnal Variation a Factor in Bare Footprint Formation? Journal of Forensic Identification, 66(2), 107-117.
Bayer, D., Neumann, C., & Ranadive, A. (2016). Communication of Statistically Based Conclusions to Jurors - A Pilot Study. Journal of Forensic Identification, 66(5), 405-427.
Yuk Ki Cheng. (2016). CCTV Footage used to Link Suspect to Bloody Footwear Impression. Journal of Forensic Identification, 66(6), 517-525.
Bailey, R., Curran, M. J., & Vernon, D. W. (2017). An Investigation into Whether a Bare Footprint Alters in Length and Width after Jumping from a Fixed Height. Journal of Forensic Identification, 67(1), 31-44.