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Cohen, Michael, Schatz, Bradley, & Garfinkel, Simson (2009) Extending the advanced forensic format to accommodate multiple data sources, logical evidence, arbitrary information and forensic workflow. Digital Investigation, 6(Supplement), S57-S68.
Schatz, Bradley, Mohay, George M., & Clark, Andrew J. (2006) A correlation method for establishing provenance of timestamps in digital evidence. Digital Investigation, 3(Supplement 1), S98-S107.
Schatz, Bradley, Mohay, George, & Clark, Andrew (2005) Generalising event correlation across multiple domains. Journal of Information Warfare, 4(1), pp. 69-79.
Schatz, Bradley & Cohen, Michael (2010) Hash based disk imaging using AFF4. In Digital Investigation : The Proceedings of the Tenth Annual Digital Forensic Research Workshop Conference, Elseveir, Portland, Oregon, S121-S128.
Schatz, Bradley & Clark, Andrew J. (2006) An open architecture for digital evidence integration. In Clark, Andrew J., McPherson, Mark, & Mohay, George M. (Eds.) AusCERT Asia Pacific Information Technology Security Conference : Refereed R&D Stream, 21-26 May 2006, Gold Coast, Queensland.
Andersson, Stig, Clark, Andrew J., Mohay, George M., Schatz, Bradley, & Zimmermann, Jacob (2005) A framework for detecting network-based code injection attacks targeting Windows and UNIX. In Proceedings of the 21st Annual Computer Security Applications Conference, 5-9 December 2005, Tucson, Arizona.
Schatz, Bradley, Mohay, George M., & Clark, Andrew (2004) Generalising Event Forensics Across Multiple Domains. In Valli, C. (Ed.) 2nd Australian Computer Networks Information and Forensics Conference, 25 November, Perth, Australia.
Clark, Andrew, Mohay, George, & Schatz, Bradley (2004) Rich Event Representation for Computer Forensics. In Kozan, E (Ed.) Proceedings of the Fifth Asia-Pacific Industrial Engineering and Management Systems Conference (APIEMS 2004), 12-15 December 2004, Gold Coast, Queensland.
Schatz, Bradley Lawrence (2007) Digital evidence : representation and assurance. PhD thesis, Queensland University of Technology.