The chemical analysis of forensic traces can be crucial to the overall forensic investigative process at complex crime scenes. Considering that destroying evidence can form a motive for arson, few crime scenes may be deemed more complex than the site of an arson investigation. Martin Lopatka presents a collection of tools for the processing of complex chromatographic data. The aim is to develop better solutions for forensic problems pertaining to the assessment of the evidential value of analytical data derived from the chemical analysis of fire debris.
M. Lopatka: Statistical interpretation of Chemical Evidence Pertaining to Fire Debris.
Prof. M.J. Sjerps
Dr G. Vivó-Truyols
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