Alex Biedermann

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130 publications

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Paul Roberts and Michael Stockdale (eds), Forensic Science Evidence and Expert Witness Testimony: Reliability Through Reform? Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing, 2018, xxii + 431 pp, hb £120.00 (eBook version from £22/$31).
Biedermann Alex, 2019/07. The Modern Law Review, 82 (4) pp. 772-775.
 
Letter to the editor: Commentary on “Strategic choice in linear sequential unmasking, Roger Koppl, Science & Justice, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.scijus.2018.10.010”
Biedermann Alex, Gittelson Simone, 2019/05. Science & Justice, 59 (3) pp. 362-365.
 
Letter to the Editor: Commentary on "Dennis McNevin, Bayesian interpretation of discrete class characteristics, Forensic Science International, 292 (2018) 125-130"
Biedermann Alex, Hicks Tacha, 2019/04. Forensic Science International, 297 pp. e20-e21. Peer-reviewed.
“Source” or “activity” What is the level of issue in a criminal trial?
Jackson Graham, Biedermann Alex, 2019/04. Significance, 16 (2) pp. 36-39.
Are inconclusive decisions in forensic science as deficient as they are said to be?
Biedermann Alex, Bozza Silvia, Taroni Franco, Vuille Joëlle, 2019/03/19. Frontiers in Psychology, 10 (520) pp. 1-9. Peer-reviewed.
Correspondances partielles d’ADN et identifications erronées
Vuille Joëlle, Biedermann Alex, 2019/02/11. Forumpoenale, 12 (1) pp. 58-64. Peer-reviewed.
Le déclin du mythe de l'infaillibilité des empreintes digitales
Vuille Joëlle, Biedermann Alex, 2019/02/04. Plaidoyer: revue juridique et politique, 37 (1) pp. 16-17.
Auf Fingerabdrücke ist nicht immer Verlass
Vuille Joëlle, Biedermann Alex, 2019/02/01. Plädoyer : das Magazin für Recht und Politik, 37 (2) pp. 20-21.
 
Letter to the Editor — Commentary on: Dror IG, Langenburg G. “Cannot decide”: the fine line between appropriate inconclusive determinations versus unjustifiably deciding not to decide
Biedermann Alex, Vuille Joëlle, Bozza Silvia, Taroni Franco, 2019/01/03. Journal of Forensic Sciences, 64 (1) pp. 318-321. Peer-reviewed.
 
A formal approach to qualifying and quantifying the ‘goodness' of forensic identification decisions
Biedermann Alex, Bozza Silvia, Taroni Franco, Garbolino Paolo, 2018/12/01. Law, Probability and Risk, 17 (4) pp. 295-310. Peer-reviewed.
Understanding the logic of forensic identification decisions (without numbers)
Biedermann Alex, Vuille Joëlle, 2018/11/06. sui-generis pp. 397-413. Peer-reviewed.
Decisional Dimensions in Expert Witness Testimony – A Structural Analysis
Biedermann Alex, Kotsoglou Kyriakos N., 2018/10/31. Frontiers in Psychology, 9 (2073) pp. 1-15. Peer-reviewed.
Reconciliation of subjective probabilities and frequencies in forensic science
Taroni Franco, Garbolino Paolo, Biedermann Alex, Aitken Colin, Bozza Silvia, 2018/09/03. Law, Probability and Risk, 17 (3) pp. 243-262. Peer-reviewed.
Evaluation of forensic genetics findings given activity level propositions: A review.
Taylor D., Kokshoorn B., Biedermann A., 2018/09. Forensic science international. Genetics, 36 pp. 34-49. Peer-reviewed.
独特性之后:法庭科学意见的演进 (After uniqueness: the evolution of forensic science opinions)
Thompson William, Vuille Joëlle, Taroni Franco, Biedermann Alex, 2018/08/25. Evidence Science, 26 (4) pp. 503-513.
Statistical adhockeries are no criteria for legal decisions – The case of the expert medical report on the assessment of urine specimens collected among athletes having participated to the Vancouver and Sochi Winter Olympic Games
Taroni Franco, Biedermann Alex, Vuille Joëlle, Bozza Silvia, 2018/08/20. Frontiers in Sociology, 3 pp. 1-3. Peer-reviewed.
Critical analysis of forensic cut-offs and legal thresholds: A coherent approach to inference and decision.
Biedermann A., Taroni F., Bozza S., Augsburger M., Aitken CGG, 2018/07. Forensic science international, 288 pp. 72-80. Peer-reviewed.
Commentary: Likelihood Ratio as Weight of Forensic Evidence: A Closer Look
Aitken Colin, Nordgaard Anders, Taroni Franco, Biedermann Alex, 2018/06/22. Frontiers in Genetics, 9 pp. 1-2. Peer-reviewed.
After uniqueness: the evolution of forensic science opinions
Thompson William C., Vuille Joëlle, Taroni Franco, Biedermann Alex, 2018/04/18. Judicature, 102 (1) pp. 18-27. Peer-reviewed.
A template for constructing Bayesian networks in forensic biology cases when considering activity level propositions
Taylor Duncan, Biedermann Alex, Hicks Tacha, Champod Christophe, 2018/03. Forensic Science International: Genetics, 33 pp. 136-146. Peer-reviewed.
Analysing and exemplifying forensic conclusion criteria in terms of Bayesian decision theory
Biedermann A., Bozza S., Taroni F., 2018/03. Science & Justice, 58 (2) pp. 159-165. Peer-reviewed.
The meaning of justified subjectivism and its role in the reconciliation of recent disagreements over forensic probabilism
Biedermann Alex, Bozza Silvia, Taroni Franco, Aitken Colin, 2017/11. Science & Justice, 57 (6) pp. 477-483. Peer-reviewed.
Reply to Morrison et al. (2016) Refining the relevant population in forensic voice comparison – A response to Hicks et alii (2015) The importance of distinguishing information from evidence/observations when formulating propositions
Hicks T., Biedermann A., de Koeijer J.A., Taroni F., Champod C., Evett I.W., 2017/09. Science & Justice, 57 (5) pp. 401-402. Peer-reviewed.
Reconsiderando la individualización forense como una decisión = Rethinking forensic individualization as a decision
Biedermann A., Bozza S., Taroni F., Lucena Molina J. J., 2017. Revista espanola de medicina legal, 43 (2) pp. 87-88. Peer-reviewed.
Development of European standards for evaluative reporting in forensic science : The gap between intentions and perceptions
Biedermann Alex, Champod Christophe, Willis Sheila, 2017. The International Journal of Evicence and Proof, 21 (1-2) pp. 14-29. Peer-reviewed.
Helping to distinguish primary from secondary transfer events for trace DNA
Taylor D., Biedermann A., Samie L., Pun K.-M., Hicks T., Champod C., 2017. Forensic science international : genetics, 28 pp. 155-177. Peer-reviewed.
Les nouvelles lignes directrices du European Network of Forensic Sciences Institut en matière d’évaluation et de communication des résultats d’analyses et d’expertises scientifiques
Moreillon L., Vuille J., Biedermann A., Champod C., 2017. Forumpoenale, 2 pp. 105-110. Peer-reviewed.
Preface [for the 2nd ISSSES special issue]
Biedermann A., Zhang B., 2017. Journal of Forensic Science and Medicine, 3 (2) pp. 47-48. Peer-reviewed.
The consequences of understanding expert probability reporting as a decision.
Biedermann A., Bozza S., Taroni F., Aitken C., 2017/01. Science & justice : journal of the Forensic Science Society, 57 (1) pp. 80-85. Peer-reviewed.
Towards a Bayesian evaluation of features in questioned handwritten signatures
Gaborini L., Biedermann A., Taroni F., 2017. Science & justice, 57 (3) pp. 209-220. Peer-reviewed.
Evaluation of Forensic DNA Traces When Propositions of Interest Relate to Activities : Analysis and Discussion of Recurrent Concerns
Biedermann A., Champod C., Jackson G., Gill P., Duncan T., Butler J., Morling N., Hicks T., Vuille J., Taroni F., 2016/12/12. frontiers in Genetics, 7 (Article 215) pp. 1-12. Peer-reviewed.
Analysis and evaluation of magnetism of black toners on documents printed by electrophotographic systems
Biedermann A., Bozza S., Taroni F., Fürbach M., Li B., Mazzella W., 2016/10. Forensic Science International, 267 pp. 157-165. Peer-reviewed.
Discussion on how to implement a verbal scale in a forensic laboratory: benefits, pitfalls and suggestions to avoid misunderstandings
Marquis R., Biedermann A., Cadola L., Champod C., Gueissaz L., Massonnet G., Mazzella W., Taroni F., Hicks T., 2016/10. Science & Justice, 56 (5) pp. 364-370. Peer-reviewed.
Reframing the debate: a question of probability, not of likelihood ratio
Biedermann A., Bozza S., Taroni F., Aitken C., 2016/10. Science & Justice, 56 pp. 392-396. Peer-reviewed.
The decisionalization of individualization
Biedermann A., Bozza S., Taroni F., 2016/05. Forensic Science International, 266 pp. 29-38. Peer-reviewed.
Digital evidence, 'absence' of data and ambiguous patterns of reasoning
Biedermann A., Vuille J., 2016/04. Digital Investigation (DFRWS 2016 Europe - Proceedings of the Third Annual DFRWS Europe), 16 pp. S86-S95. Peer-reviewed.
Dismissal of the illusion of uncertainty in the assessment of a likelihood ratio
Taroni Franco, Bozza Silvia, Biedermann Alex, Aitken Colin, 2016/03. Law, Probability and Risk, 15 (1) pp. 1-16. Peer-reviewed.
ENFSI Guideline for evaluative reporting in forensic science: a primer for legal practitioners
Champod C., Biedermann A., Vuille J., Willis S., De Kinder J., 2016/03. Criminal Law and Justice Weekly, 180 (10) pp. 189-193. Peer-reviewed.
Rejoinder
Taroni F., Bozza S., Biedermann A., Aitken C., 2016/03. Law, Probability & Risk, 15 (1) pp. 31-34. Peer-reviewed.
Statistical hypothesis testing and common misinterpretations: should we abandon p-value in forensic science applications?
Taroni F., Biedermann A., Bozza S., 2016/02. Forensic Science International, 259 pp. e32-e36. Peer-reviewed.
The Importance of Critically Examining the Level of Propositions When Evaluating Forensic DNA Results
Biedermann A., Hicks T., 2016/02. Frontiers in Genetics, 7 (8) pp. 1-4. Peer-reviewed.
La naturaleza decisoria de las conclusiones de los expertos en ciencia forense (The decisionalization of individualization)
Biedermann A., Bozza S., Taroni F., 2016. Teoría & derecho: revista de pensamiento jurídico, 20 pp. 262-284. Peer-reviewed.
“同一认定”中的意见决策论 (The decisionalization of individualization)
Biedermann A., Bozza S., Taroni F., Li B., Zhao D., 2016. Evidence Science, 24 pp. 627-641. Peer-reviewed.
The Role of the Subjectivist Position in the Probabilization of Forensic Science
Biedermann A., 2015/07. Journal of Forensic Science and Medicine, 1 (2) pp. 140-148. Peer-reviewed.
The need for reporting standards in forensic science
Biedermann A., Vuille J., Taroni F., Champod C., 2015/06. Law, Probability & Risk, 14 (2) pp. 169-173. Peer-reviewed.
Prediction in forensic science: a critical examination of common understandings
Biedermann A., Bozza S., Taroni F., 2015/05. Frontiers in Psychology, Quantitative Psychology and Measurement. Research topic "Judgement and decision under uncertainty : Theory and measurement", 6 (737) pp. 1-7. Peer-reviewed.
 
Commentary on: Gauriot R, Gunaratnam L, Moroni R, Reinikainen T, Corander R. Statistical Challenges in the Quantification of Gunshot Residue Evidence. J Forensic Sci 2013; 58 (5); 1149-55
Gallidabino M., Biedermann A., Taroni F., 2015/03. Journal of Forensic Science, 60 (2) pp. 539-541. Peer-reviewed.
 
Comment on R. G. Cowell et al., Analysis of forensic DNA mixtures with artefacts (with discussion)
Taroni F., Biedermann A., 2015/02. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society (Series C, Applied Statistics), 64 pp. 1-48. Peer-reviewed.
 
Accounting for the potential of error in the evaluation of the weight of scientific evidence
Vuille J., Biedermann A., Taroni F., 2015. pp. 39-55 dans Luparia L. (eds.) Understanding Wrongful Conviction: the protection of the innocent across Europe and America, Wolters Kluwer, CEDAM.
 
The importance of distinguishing information from evidence/observations when formulating propositions
Hicks T., Biedermann A., de Koeijer J. A., Taroni F., Champod C., Evett I. W., 2015. Science & Justince, 55 (6) pp. 520-525. Peer-reviewed.
 
Uncertainty in forensic science : experts, probabilities and Bayes' theorem
Taroni F., Biedermann A., 2015. Statistica Applicata - Italian Journal of Applied Statistics, 27 (2) pp. 129-144. Peer-reviewed.
Drawbacks in the scientification of forensic science
Biedermann A., Curran J., 2014/12. Forensic Science International, 245 pp. e38-e40. Peer-reviewed.
 
Statistical interpretation of evidence: Bayesian analysis
Aitken C., Taroni F., Biedermann A., 2014/11. pp. 331-336 dans Houck M. (eds.) Forensic Chemistry, Elsevier Scienc.
 
Bayes factor for investigative assessment of selected handwriting features
Taroni F., Marquis R., Schmittbuhl M., Biedermann A., Thiéry A., Bozza S., 2014/09. Forensic Science International, 242 pp. 266-273. Peer-reviewed.
 
On the use of the likelihood ratio for forensic evaluation: response to Fenton et al.
Biedermann A., Hicks T., Taroni F., Champod C., Aitken C., 2014/07. Science & Justice, 54 (4) pp. 316-318. Peer-reviewed.
 
Supporting interdisciplinary case studies: development and implementation of a joint learning environment for students in forensic science and criminal law
Biedermann A., Voisard R., Scoundrianos A., Furrer J., Taroni F., Champod C., 2014/07. Australian Journal of Forensic Sciences, 46 (3) pp. 317-329. Peer-reviewed.
 
Liberties and constraints of the normative approach to evaluation and decision in forensic science: a discussion towards overcoming some common misconceptions
Biedermann A., Taroni F., Aitken C., 2014/06. Law, Probability & Risk, 13 (2) pp. 181-191. Peer-reviewed.
DNA, statistics and the law : a cross-disciplinary approach to forensic inference
Biedermann A., Vuille J., Taroni F., 2014/05. Frontiers in Genetics, 5 (136) pp. e1-e2. Peer-reviewed.
 
Decision analysis for the genotype designation in low-template-DNA profiles
Gittelson S., Biedermann A., Bozza S., Taroni F., 2014/03. Forensic Science International: Genetics, 9 pp. 118-133. Peer-reviewed.
 
Exorbitante Zahlenwerte in der forensischen Befundbewertung
Biedermann A., Vuille J., 2014/03. Kriminalistik, 3 pp. 169-173. Peer-reviewed.
 
Interpretation: Printed Document Examination and Evidence
Mazzella W., Biedermann A., 2014/03. pp. 1-5 dans Jamieson A., Moenssens A. (eds.) Wiley Encyclopedia of Forensic Science, Wiley.
 
Toxic substances in blood: an analysis of current recommendations under a Bayesian (decision) approach
Taroni F., Biedermann A., Bozza S., Vuille J., Augsburger M., 2014/03/01. Law, Probability and Risk, 13 (1) pp. 27-45. Peer-reviewed.
 
An investigation of the potential of DIP-STR markers for DNA mixture analyses
Cereda G., Biedermann A., Hall D., Taroni F., 2014. Forensic Science International. Genetics, 11 pp. 229-240.
 
Bayesian Networks for Probabilistic Inference and Decision Analysis in Forensic Science
Taroni F., Biedermann A., Bozza S., Garbolino P., Aitken C., 2014., 2nd ed. 443, Wiley.
 
Object-oriented Bayesian networks for evaluating DIP-STR profiling results from unbalanced DNA mixtures.
Cereda G., Biedermann A., Hall D., Taroni F., 2014/01. Forensic Science International. Genetics, 8 (1) pp. 159-169. Peer-reviewed.
 
Probability and Inference in Forensic Science
Taroni F., Biedermann A., 2014. pp. 3947-3957 dans Bruinsma G., Weisburd D. (eds.) Encyclopedia of Criminology and Criminal Justice, Springer Science & Business Media.
 
The role of prior probability in forensic assessments
Thompson W. C., Vuille J., Biedermann A., Taroni F., 2013/10. Frontiers in Statistical Genetics and Methodology, 4 (220) pp. e1-e3. Peer-reviewed.
 
Letter to the Editor : on the value of probability for evaluating results of comparative pattern analyses
Biedermann A., Taroni F., 2013/09. Forensic Science International, 232 pp. e44-e45. Peer-reviewed.
 
Apprécier le risque d'erreur lors d'une analyse ADN: de la nécessité d'être concret
Biedermann A., Vuille J., Taroni F., 2013/08. Aktuelle juristische Praxis (AJP) = Pratique juridique actuelle (PJA), 2013 (8) pp. 1217-1223. Peer-reviewed.
 
Comme une odeur de déjà vu
Vuille J., Biedermann A., Taroni F., 2013/07. Plaidoyer: revue juridique et politique, 4 pp. 9-11. Peer-reviewed.
 
E-learning initiatives in forensic interpretation: report on experiences from current projects and outlook
Biedermann A., Hicks T., Voisard R., Taroni F., Champod C., Aitken C., Evett I., 2013/07. Forensic Science International, 230 (1-3) pp. 2-7. Peer-reviewed.
 
L'arbre qui cache la forêt, Correspondances fortuites et erreurs lors des analyses ADN
Vuille J., Biedermann A., Taroni F., 2013/06. pp. 1095-1110 dans Kuhn A., Margot P., Aebi M., Schwarzenegger C., Jositsch D., Donatsch A. (eds.) Criminologie, politique criminelle et droit pénal dans une perspective internationale, Stämpfli.
 
The subjectivist interpretation of probability and the problem of individualisation in forensic science
Biedermann A., Garbolino P., Taroni F., 2013/06. Science & Justice, 53 (2) pp. 192-200. Peer-reviewed.
 
Whose DNA is this? How relevant a question? (a note for forensic scientists).
Taroni F., Biedermann A., Vuille J., Morling N., 2013/06. Forensic Science International. Genetics, 7 (4) pp. 467-470. Peer-reviewed.
 
Bayesian Networks
Taroni F., Biedermann A., 2013/04. pp. 351-356 dans Siegel J. A., Saukko P. J. (eds.) Encyclopedia of Forensic Sciences, Second Edition, Academic.
 
Investigation de liens de parenté à l'aide de l'ADN: lecture différentielle de rapports d'expertise
Biedermann A., Vuille J., Hicks Champod T., Taroni F., 2013/04. Jusletter pp. 1-10. Peer-reviewed.
 
Les conclusions probabilistes dans les rapports d'expertise en matière d'examen forensique d'écritures et de signatures: une lettre ouverte à la communauté juridique
Marquis R., Biedermann A., Taroni F., 2013/04. Schweizerische Juristen-Zeitung = Revue Suisse de Jurisprudence, 109 (7) pp. 166-168. Peer-reviewed.
 
Statistical Interpretation of Evidence: Bayesian Analysis
Aitken C., Taroni F., Biedermann A., 2013/04. pp. 292-297 dans Siegel J. A., Saukko P. J. (eds.) Encyclopedia of Forensic Sciences, Second Edition, Academic.
 
Decision-theoretic reflections on processing a fingermark
Gittelson S., Bozza S., Biedermann A., Taroni F., 2013/03. Forensic Science International, 226 (1-3) pp. e42-e47. Peer-reviewed.
 
Réserves à propos de la notion d'objectivité en lien avec l'incertitude et les probabilités rencontrées dans le procès pénal
Biedermann A., Taroni F., 2013/03. Revue internationale de criminologie et de police technique et scientifique, LXVI (1) pp. 47-55. Peer-reviewed.
 
The importance of having a logical framework for expert conclusions in forensic DNA profiling: illustrations from the Amanda Knox case
Vuille J., Biedermann A., Taroni F., 2013/03. pp. 137-159 dans Huff C. R., Killias M. (eds.) Wrongful Convictions and Miscarriages of Justice: Causes and Remedies in North-American and European Criminal Justice Systems, Routledge Chapman & Hall.
 
Modeling the forensic two-trace problem with Bayesian networks
Gittelson Simone, Biedermann Alex, Bozza Silvia, Taroni Franco, 2013. Artificial Intelligence and Law, 21 (2) pp. 221-252. Peer-reviewed.
 
Your uncertainty, your probability, your decision
Biedermann A., 2013. Frontiers in Statistical Genetics and Methodology, 4 (148) pp. 1-2. Peer-reviewed.
 
How to assign a likelihood ratio in a footwear mark case: an analysis and discussion in the light of R v T
Biedermann A., Taroni F., Champod C., 2012/12. Law, Probability and Risk, 11 (4) pp. 259-277.
 
Inference about the number of contributors to a DNA mixture: Comparative analyses of a Bayesian network approach and the maximum allele count method.
Biedermann A., Bozza S., Konis K., Taroni F., 2012/12. Forensic Science International. Genetics, 6 (6) pp. 689-696. Peer-reviewed.
 
Reply to Hamer: the R v T controversy: forensic evidence, law and logic
Biedermann A., Taroni F., Champod C., 2012/12. Law, Probability and Risk, 11 (4) pp. 361-362. Peer-reviewed.
 
Decision-theoretic analysis of forensic sampling criteria using Bayesian decision networks
Biedermann A., Bozza S., Garbolino P., Taroni F., 2012/11. Forensic Science International, 223 (1-3) pp. 217-227. Peer-reviewed.
 
Bayesian Networks and the Value of the Evidence for the Forensic Two-Trace Transfer Problem
Gittelson S., Biedermann A., Bozza S., Taroni F., 2012/09. Journal of Forensic Sciences, 57 (5) pp. 1199-1216. Peer-reviewed.
 
Learning about Bayesian networks for forensic interpretation : An example based on the "the problem of multiple propositions"
Biedermann A., Voisard R., Taroni F., 2012/09. Science and Justice, 52 (3) pp. 191-198. Peer-reviewed.
 
The database search problem: a question of rational decision making
Gittelson S., Biedermann A., Bozza S., Taroni F., 2012/09. Forensic Science International, 222 (1-3) pp. 186-199. Peer-reviewed.
 
A Bayesian network approach to the database serch problem in criminal proceedings
Biedermann A., Vuille J., Taroni F., 2012/08. Investigative Genetics, 3 (16) pp. 1-17. Peer-reviewed.
 
Indice forensique incriminant: l'accusé a-t-il intérêt à se taire ?
Vuille J., Biedermann A., Taroni F., 2012/07. Anwaltsrevue = Revue de l'Avocat, 6/7 pp. 300-306. Peer-reviewed.
 
Uncertainty about the true source. A note on the likelihood ratio at the activity level.
Taroni F., Biedermann A., Bozza S., Comte J., Garbolino P., 2012/07. Forensic Science International, 220 (1-3) pp. 173-179.
 
Bayesian networks for evaluating forensic DNA profiling evidence: a review and guide to literature
Biedermann A., Taroni F., 2012/03. Forensic Science International: Genetics, 6 (2) pp. 147-157. Peer-reviewed.
 
Graphical probabilistic analysis of the combination of items of evidence
Juchli P., Biedermann A., Taroni F., 2012/03. Law, Probability and Risk, 11 pp. 51-84. Peer-reviewed.
 
Conclusions catégoriques dans les expertises forensiques: obstacles insurmontables ou cibles faciles pour la défense
Biedermann A., Vuille J., Taroni F., 2012/02. Anwaltsrevue = Revue de l'Avocat 2 pp. 104-111. Peer-reviewed.
 
Reply to Budowle, Ge, Chakraborty and Gill-King: use of prior odds for missing persons identifications
Biedermann A., Taroni F., Margot P., 2012/01. Investigative Genetics, 3 (2) pp. 1-7. Peer-reviewed.
 
The role of probabilities in graphical models.
Biedermann A., Taroni F., 2012/01. Forensic Science International. Genetics, 6 (1) pp. e1-e2. Peer-reviewed.
 
The use of the likelihood ratio for evaluative and investigative purposes in comparative forensic handwriting examination
Taroni F., Marquis R., Schmittbuhl M., Biedermann A., Thiéry A., Bozza S., 2012/01. Forensic Science International, 214 (1-3) pp. 189-194. Peer-reviewed.
 
Recent misconceptions about the "database search problem": a probabilistic analysis using Bayesian networks
Biedermann A., Gittelson S., Taroni F., 2011/10. Forensic Science International, 212 (1-3) pp. 51-60. Peer-reviewed.
 
Bewertung von DNA-Untersuchungsergebnissen aus der Sicht von Gerichten und Sachverständigen: Wie viel von unserer Wahrnehmung können wir "für wahr halten" ?
Biedermann A., Vuille J., 2011/09. Schweizerische Zeitschrift für Strafrecht, 129 (3) pp. 278-295. Peer-reviewed.
 
Evidential relevance in scene to offender transfer cases: development and analysis of a likelihood ratio for offence level propositions
Biedermann A., Taroni F., 2011/06. Law, Probability and Risk, 10 (4) pp. 277-301. Peer-reviewed.
 
Using graphical probability analysis (Bayes Nets) to evaluate a conditional DNA inclusion
Biedermann A., Taroni F., Thompson W. C., 2011/06. Law, Probability and Risk, 10 (2) pp. 89-121. Peer-reviewed.
 
Probabilistic evidential assessment of gunshot residue particle evidence (Part II) : Bayesian parameter estimation for experimental count data.
Biedermann A., Bozza S., Taroni F., 2011/03. Forensic Science International, 206 (1-3) pp. 103-110. Peer-reviewed.
 
Implementing statistical learning methods through Bayesian networks (Part 2): bayesian evaluations for results of black toner analyses in forensic document examination
Biedermann A., Taroni F., Bozza S., Mazzella W., 2011/01. Forensic Science International, 204 (1-3) pp. 58-66. Peer-reviewed.
 
Statistische Bewertung von DNA-Datenbank-Treffern
Taroni F., Biedermann A., Coquoz R., Hicks T., Champod C., 2010/12. Rechtsmedizin, 21 pp. 55-57. Peer-reviewed.
 
Data analysis in forensic science: a Bayesian decision perspective
Taroni F., Bozza S., Biedermann A., Garbolino P., Aitken C., 2010/04. Statistics in practice, J. Wiley & Sons.
Analysing complex inference problems in forensic science using Bayesian networks: the example of the two-trace transfer problem
Gittelson S., Biedermann A., Taroni F., 2010/03., European Academy of Forensic Science p. 33 dans Science & Justice. Peer-reviewed, Elsevier.
 
La valeur probante de l'indice ADN: juristes et scientifiques face à l'incertitude et aux probabilités
Taroni F., Biedermann A., 2010. pp. 337-374 dans Tappy D. (eds.) 300 ans d'enseignement du droit à Lausanne, Schultess.
 
Implementing statistical learning methods through Bayesian networks. Part 1: a guide to Bayesian parameter estimation using forensic science data
Biedermann A., Taroni F., Bozza S., 2009/12. Forensic Science International, 193 (1-3) pp. 63-71. Peer-reviewed.
 
Probabilistic evidential assessment of gunshot residue particle evidence (Part I): likelihood ratio calculation and case pre-assessment using Bayesian networks
Biedermann A., Bozza S., Taroni F., 2009/10. Forensic Science International, 191 (1-3) pp. 24-35. Peer-reviewed.
 
Décider
Biedermann A., Gittelson S., Baylon A., Bochet F., Schiffer B., Vuille J., 2009/06. Revue internationale de criminologie et de police technique et scientifique, LXII (2) pp. 100-113.
 
Analysis of sampling issues using Bayesian networks
Biedermann A., Taroni F., Bozza S., Aitken C., 2008. Law, Probability and Risk, 7 pp. 35-60.
 
Application of Bayesian networks to inference problems in forensic science.
Taroni F., Biedermann A., 2008. pp. 113-126 dans Pourret O., Naïm P., Marcot B. (eds.) Bayesian Networks: A Practical Guide to Applications, John Wiley and Sons Inc..
 
Decision theoretic properties of forensic identification: underlying logic and argumentative implications.
Biedermann A., Bozza S., Taroni F., 2008. Forensic Science International, 177 (2-3) pp. 120-132.
 
Wahrscheinlichkeitstheorie in der forensischen Befundbewertung: ,neue' Richtlinien, alte Probleme
Biedermann A., Taroni F., Champod C. , 2008. Kriminalistik 3 pp. 174-175.
 
Equal prior probabilities : Can one do any better ?
Biedermann A., Taroni F., Garbolino P., 2007. Forensic Science International, 172 (2-3) pp. 85-93.
 
Forensic drug intelligence: an important tool in law enforcement
Esseiva P., Ioset S., Anglada F., Gasté L., Ribaux O., Margot P., Gallusser A., Biedermann A., Specht Y., Ottinger E. , 2007. Forensic Science International, 167 pp. 247-254.
 
A probabilistic approach to the joint evaluation of firearm evidence and gunshot residues.
Biedermann A., Taroni F., 2006. Forensic Science International, 163 (1-2) pp. 18-33.
 
Bayesian inference in forensic intelligence. Atti di convegno S.CO 2005
Taroni F., Bozza S., Biedermann A., 2006. Modelli complessi e metodi computazionali intensivi per la stima e la precisione, Cleup Editrice, Padova pp. 209-214.
 
Bayesian networks and probabilistic Inference in Forensic Science
Taroni F., Aitken C., Garbolino P., Biedermann A., 2006. Statistics in practice, John Wiley and Sons Inc..
 
Bayesian networks and probabilistic reasoning about scientific evidence when there is a lack of data.
Biedermann A., Taroni F., 2006. Forensic Science International, 157 pp. 163-167.
 
Conclusion scale for shoeprint and toolmarks examination.
Biedermann A., Taroni F., Aitken C., 2006. Journal of Forensic Science Identification, 56 pp. 685-689.
 
Two items of evidence, no putative source : an inference problem on forensic intelligence.
Taroni F., Bozza S., Biedermann A., 2006. Journal of Forensic Sciences, 51 pp. 1350-1361.
 
Befundbewertung in der forensischen Handschriftenuntersuchung : Notwendigkeit eines logischen Ansatzes.
Biedermann A, Taroni F, 2005. Kriminalistik, Vol. 59 pp. 369-370.
 
Inadequacies of posterior probabilities for the assessment of scientific evidence.
Taroni F, Biedermann A, 2005. Law, Probability and Risk, 4 pp. 89-114.
 
The evaluation of evidence in forensic investigation of fire incidents (Part 1): An approach using Bayesian networks.
Biedermann A, Taroni F, Delémont O, Semadeni C, Davison A, 2005. Forensic Science International, Vol.147 pp. 49-57.
 
The evaluation of evidence in forensic investigation of fire incidents (Part II) : Practical examples of the use of Bayesian networks.
Biedermann A, Taroni F, Delémont O, Semadeni C, Davison A, 2005. Forensic Science International, Vol. 147 pp. 59-69.
 
A general approach to Bayesian networks for the interpretation of evidence.
Taroni F, Biedermann A, Aitken C, Garbolino P, 2004. Forensic Science International, Vol. 139 No 1 pp. 5-16.
 
Reasoning under uncertainty in forensic fire cause analysis : An approach using Bayesian networks.
Biedermann A, Taroni F, Semadeni C, Davison A, 2003. pp. 69-74 dans Atti del convegno S.CO 2003 - Modelli complessi e metodi computazionali intensivi per la stima e la precisione, Treviso, Dipartimento di Statistica Università Ca' Foscari, Venezia.
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