Grzegorz Zadora
Grzegorz Zadora
University of Silesia in Katowice, Poland; Institute of Forensic Research, Krakow, Poland
Zweryfikowany adres z us.edu.pl
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ENFSI guideline for evaluative reporting in forensic science
CCG Aitken, A Barrett, CEH Berger, A Biedermann, C Champod, TN Hicks, ...
Statistical analysis in forensic science: evidential value of multivariate physicochemical data
G Zadora, A Martyna, D Ramos, C Aitken
John Wiley & Sons, 2013
Expressing evaluative opinions: a position statement
CEH Berger, J Buckleton, C Champod, IW Evett, G Jackson
Sci. Justice 51 (1), 1-2, 2011
SEM–EDX—a useful tool for forensic examinations
G Zadora, Z Brożek-Mucha
Materials chemistry and physics 81 (2-3), 345-348, 2003
Information‐theoretical assessment of the performance of likelihood ratio computation methods
D Ramos, J Gonzalez‐Rodriguez, G Zadora, C Aitken
Journal of forensic sciences 58 (6), 1503-1518, 2013
A two‐level model for evidence evaluation
CGG Aitken, G Zadora, D Lucy
Journal of forensic sciences 52 (2), 412-419, 2007
Evaluation of glass samples for forensic purposes—An application of likelihood ratios and an information–theoretical approach
G Zadora, D Ramos
Chemometrics and Intelligent Laboratory Systems 102 (2), 63-83, 2010
In the pursuit of the holy grail of forensic science–Spectroscopic studies on the estimation of time since deposition of bloodstains
G Zadora, A Menżyk
TrAC Trends in Analytical Chemistry 105, 137-165, 2018
Pyrolysis-gas chromatography/mass spectrometry analysis as a useful tool in forensic examination of automotive paint traces
J Zięba-Palus, G Zadora, JM Milczarek, P Kościelniak
Journal of Chromatography A 1179 (1), 41-46, 2008
Classification of glass fragments based on elemental composition and refractive index
G Zadora
Journal of forensic sciences 54 (1), 49-59, 2009
The influence of the type of accelerant, type of burned material, time of burning and availability of air on the possibility of detection of accelerants traces
R Borusiewicz, J Zięba-Palus, G Zadora
Forensic science international 160 (2-3), 115-126, 2006
Evaluation of transfer evidence for three-level multivariate data with the use of graphical models
CGG Aitken, D Lucy, G Zadora, JM Curran
Computational statistics & data analysis 50 (10), 2571-2588, 2006
Interpretation of FTIR spectra of polymers and Raman spectra of car paints by means of likelihood ratio approach supported by wavelet transform for reducing data dimensionality
A Martyna, A Michalska, G Zadora
Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry 407, 3357-3376, 2015
Likelihood ratio model for classification of forensic evidence
G Zadora, T Neocleous
Analytica Chimica Acta 642 (1-2), 266-278, 2009
Application of head-space analysis with passive adsorption for forensic purposes in the automated thermal desorption-gas chromatography-mass spectrometry system
R Borusiewicz, G Zadora, J Zieba-Palus
Chromatographia 60, S133-S142, 2004
Evaluation of evidence value of glass fragments by likelihood ratio and Bayesian Network approaches
G Zadora
Analytica chimica acta 642 (1-2), 279-290, 2009
Grouping of ammunition types by means of frequencies of occurrence of GSR
Z Brożek-Mucha, G Zadora
Forensic science international 135 (2), 97-104, 2003
Glass analysis for forensic purposes—a comparison of classification methods
G Zadora
Journal of Chemometrics: A Journal of the Chemometrics Society 21 (5‐6), 174-186, 2007
A comment on the PCAST report: skip the “match”/“non-match” stage
GS Morrison, DH Kaye, DJ Balding, D Taylor, P Dawid, CGG Aitken, ...
Forensic Science International 272, e7-e9, 2017
Information-theoretical feature selection using data obtained by Scanning Electron Microscopy coupled with and Energy Dispersive X-ray spectrometer for the classification of …
D Ramos, G Zadora
Analytica chimica acta 705 (1-2), 207-217, 2011
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