1. Sigman, M. E.; Williams, M. R. Chemometric Applications in Fire Debris Analysis. WIREs Forensic Sci. (2020), https://doi.org/10/1002/wfs2.1368.
  2. Williams, M. R; Hetzel, S. S. Chapter 5: Variation Within Ignitable Liquid Classes, Forensic Analysis of Fire Debris and Explosives. Springer (2019)
  3. Allen, A.; Williams, M.; Thurn, N.; Sigman, M. Model distribution effects on likelihood ratios in fire debris analysis. Separations (2018), 5 (4).
  4. Thurn, N,; Williams, M.R.; Sigman, M.E. Application of Self-Organizing Maps to the Analysis of Ignitable Liquid and Substrate Pyrolysis Samples. Separations (2018), 5 (4)
  5. Coulson, R., Williams, M. R., Allen, A., Akmeemana, A., Ni, L., Sigman, M. E., Model-Effects on Likelihood Ratios for Fire Debris Analysis, Forensic Chemistry (2018) 38 – 46.
  6. Kindell, J. H., Williams M. R., Sigman, M. E., Biodegradation of Representative Ignitable Liquid Components on Soil, Forensic Chemistry (2017) 19 – 27.
  7. Akmeemana, A., Williams, M. R., Sigman, M. E. Major Chemical Compounds in the Ignitable Liquids Reference Collection and Substrate Databases, Forensic Chemistry (2017) in press.
  8. Dana-Marie K. Dennis, Mary R. Williams, Michael E. Sigman Investigative probabilistic inferences of smokeless powder manufacturers utilizing a Bayesian network, Forensic Chemistry (2017) Vol. 3, p41-51.
  9. Dana-Marie K. Dennis, Mary R. Williams, Michael E. Sigman Assessing the evidentiary value of smokeless powder comparisons, Forensic Sci. International (2016) Vol. 259, p179–187.
  10. Sigman, M. E.; Williams, M. R., Assessing Evidentiary Value in Fire Debris Analysis by Chemometric Approaches, Forensic Sci. International, (2016) 264, 113 – 121.
  11. Lopatka, Martin; Sigman, Michael E.; Sjerps, Marjan J.; Williams, Mary R.; Vivo-Truyols, Gabriel Class-conditional feature modeling for ignitable liquid classification with substantial substrate contribution in fire debris analysis Forensic Science International (2015), 252, 177-186.
  12. Waddell, E; Frisch-Daiello JL; Williams MR; Sigman ME, Hierarchal Cluster Analysis of Ignitable Liquids Based on the Total Ion Spectrum, J. Forensic Sci (2014), 59(5), 1198-1204.
  13. Waddell EE; Williams, MR; Sigman, ME, Progress Toward the Determination of Correct Classification Rates in Fire Debris Analysis II: Utilizing Soft Independent Modeling of Class Analogy (SIMCA), J. Forensic Sci. (2014),59(4), 927-935.
  14. Waddell E. E.; Song E. T.; Rinke C. N.; Williams M. R.; Sigman M. E. Progress Toward the Determination of Correct Classification Rates in Fire Debris Analysis, J. Forensic Sci. (2013), 58(4), 887-96.
  15. Rinke, Caitlin N.; Williams, Mary R.; Brown, Christopher; Baudelet, Matthieu; Richardson, Martin; Sigman, Michael E. Discriminant analysis in the presence of interferences: Combined application of target factor analysis and a Bayesian soft-classifier Analytica Chimica Acta Volume 753 (2012) 19-26.
  16. Williams, Mary R.; Sigman, Michael E.; Lewis, Jennifer; McHugh Pitan, Kelly Combined target factor analysis and Bayesian soft-classification of interference-contaminated samples: Forensic Fire Debris Analysis Forensic Science International 222 (2012) 373-386.
  17. Williams, Mary R.; Moody Chris; Arceneaux, Lei-Ann; Rinke, Caitlin; White, Katie; Sigman, Michael E. Analysis of Black Writing Ink by Electrospray Ionization Mass Spectrometry Forensic Science International, accepted July 1, 2009.
  18. Sigman, Michael; Williams, Mary R.; Castelbuono, Joseph A.; Colca, Joseph G.; Clark, C. Douglas Ignitable Liquid Classification and Identification using the Summed-Ion Mass Spectrum, Instrumentation Science and Technology, 36: 375-393, 2008.
  19. Williams, Mary R.; Sigman, Michael, Performance Testing of Commercial Containers for Collection and Storage of Fire Debris Evidence.  Journal of Forensic Sciences (2007), 52(3), 579-85.
  20. Sigman, Michael E.; Williams, Mary R.; Ivy, Rebecca G.  Individualization of Gasoline Samples by Covariance Mapping and Gas Chromatography/Mass Spectrometry.    Analytical Chemistry (Washington, DC, United States) (2007), 79(9), 3462-3468.
  21. Sigman, Michael E.; Williams, Mary R.  Covariance Mapping in the Analysis of Ignitable Liquids by Gas Chromatography/Mass Spectrometry.  Analytical Chemistry (2006), 78(5), 1713-1718.
  22. Williams, Mary R.; Fernandes, Denise; Bridge, Candice; Dorrien, Derek; Elliott, Stefanie; Sigman, Michael.  Adsorption saturation and chromatographic distortion effects on passive headspace sampling with activated charcoal in fire debris analysis.    Journal of Forensic Sciences (2005), 50(2), 316-325.