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Jack Kennedy
Dr Daniel Henderson
Dr Kevin Wilson
Multilevel Emulation for Stochastic Computer Models with Application to Large Offshore Wind Farms2022
Dr Stephen Johnson
Dr Daniel Henderson
Professor Richard Boys
Revealing Subgroup Structure in Ranked Data Using a Bayesian WAND2019
Dr Daniel Henderson
A comparison of truncated and time-weighted Plackett-Luce models for probabilistic forecasting of Formula One results2018
Dr Kevin Wilson
Dr Daniel Henderson
Emulation of utility functions over a set of permutations: sequencing reliability growth tasks2018
Dr Andrew Golightly
Dr Daniel Henderson
Adaptive, delayed-acceptance MCMC for targets with expensive likelihoods2016
Dr Andrew Golightly
Dr Daniel Henderson
Delayed acceptance particle MCMC for exact inference in stochastic kinetic models2015
Dr Daniel Henderson
Dr Andrew Baggaley
Professor Anvar Shukurov
Professor Richard Boys
Dr Graeme Sarson
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Regional variations in the European Neolithic dispersal: the role of the coastlines2014
Dr Daniel Henderson
Professor Richard Boys
Professor Darren Wilkinson
Bayesian Calibration of a Stochastic Kinetic Computer Model Using Multiple Data Sources2010
Dr Daniel Henderson
Professor Richard Boys
Professor Darren Wilkinson
Linking systems biology models to data: a stochastic kinetic model of p53 oscillations2010
Dr Daniel Henderson
Professor Richard Boys
Dr Conor Lawless
Professor Darren Wilkinson
Bayesian Emulation and Calibration of a Stochastic Computer Model of Mitochondrial DNA Deletions in Substantia Nigra Neurons2009
Dr Daniel Henderson
Maximum likelihood kernel density estimation: on the potential of convolution sieves2009
Dr Daniel Henderson
Miscellanea kernel-type density estimation on the unit interval2007
Professor Richard Boys
Dr Daniel Henderson
Discussion of "A Bayesian approach to DNA sequence segmentation": Commentary2005
Professor Richard Boys
Dr Daniel Henderson
Rejoinder to "Discussion of "A Bayesian approach to DNA segmentation by R. J. Boys and D. A. Henderson" by Booth, Burden, Maindonald, Santoso, Wakefield and Wilson"2005
Professor Richard Boys
Dr Daniel Henderson
A Bayesian Approach to DNA Sequence Segmentation2004
Dr David Samuels
Professor Richard Boys
Dr Daniel Henderson
Professor Patrick Chinnery
A compositional segmentation of the human mitochondrial genome is related to heterogeneities in the guanine mutation rate2003
Professor Richard Boys
Dr Daniel Henderson
On determining the order of Markov dependence of an observed process governed by a hidden Markov model2002
Professor Richard Boys
Dr Daniel Henderson
A comparison of reversible jump MCMC algorithms for DNA sequence segmentation using hidden Markov models2001
Professor Richard Boys
Dr Daniel Henderson
Professor Darren Wilkinson
Detecting homogeneous segments in DNA sequences by using hidden Markov models2000
Dr Peter Avery
Dr Daniel Henderson
Detecting a changed segment in DNA sequences1999
Dr Peter Avery
Dr Daniel Henderson
Fitting Markov chain models to discrete state series such as DNA sequences1999