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Dynamic Bayesian Models via Monte Carlo - An Introduction with Examples -
This report gives an introduction to a Bayesian probabilistic approach to modeling a dynamic system with emphasis on stochastic methods for posterior inference. Expand
An object simulation model for modeling hypothetical disease epidemics – EpiFlex
  • B. Hanley
  • Computer Science, Medicine
  • Theoretical Biology and Medical Modelling
  • 23 August 2006
EpiFlex is an object-oriented Monte Carlo system, allocating entities to correspond to individuals, disease vectors, diseases, and locations that hosts may inhabit. Expand
Aerosol influenza transmission risk contours: A study of humid tropics versus winter temperate zone
BackgroundIn recent years, much attention has been given to the spread of influenza around the world. With the continuing human outbreak of H5N1 beginning in 2003 and the H1N1 pandemic in 2009, focusExpand
Variance in multiplex suspension array assays: microsphere size variation impact
BackgroundLuminex suspension microarray assays are in widespread use. There are issues of variability of assay readings using this technology.Methods and resultsSize variation is demonstrated byExpand
The False Premises and Promises of Bitcoin
  • B. Hanley
  • Business, Computer Science
  • ArXiv
  • 6 December 2013
Bitcoin makes a number of false claims, including: Bitcoin can be a reserve currency for banking; hoarding equals saving, and that we should believe bitcoin can expand by deflation to become a global transactional currency. Expand
Variance in multiplex suspension array assays: A distribution generation machine for multiplex counts
  • B. Hanley
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Theoretical Biology and Medical Modelling
  • 28 January 2008
BackgroundThis study attempted to replicate Luminex experimental results for large numbers of beads per classifier using multiplexed assays and routine instrument use conditions.ConclusionUsingExpand
Variance in multiplex suspension array assays: carryover of microspheres between sample wells
  • B. Hanley
  • Materials Science, Medicine
  • Journal of Negative Results in BioMedicine
  • 25 April 2007
BackgroundThis study was undertaken because of the accidental observation that a sample of 60+ beads was obtained by the instrument from a completely dry, unused well in a 96 well plate. Others haveExpand
Variance in multiplex suspension array assays: intraplex method improves reliability
  • B. Hanley
  • Medicine, Biology
  • Theoretical Biology and Medical Modelling
  • 29 August 2007
BackgroundFlow cytometry based suspended microarray assays are susceptible to many sources of variance; multi-well replication and inter-instrument reproducibility is uncertain.Method and resultsAnExpand
Review of Scientific Self-Experimentation: Ethics History, Regulation, Scenarios, and Views Among Ethics Committees and Prominent Scientists.
We examine self-experimentation ethics history and practice, related law, use scenarios in universities and industry, and attitudes. We show through analysis of the historical development of medicalExpand