Catherine C. Sun

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An increasing number of studies employ spatial capture-recapture models to estimate population size, but there has been limited research on how different spatial sampling designs and trap configurations influence parameter estimators. Spatial capture-recapture models provide an advantage over non-spatial models by explicitly accounting for heterogeneous(More)
We develop a likelihood analysis framework for fitting spatial capture-recapture (SCR) models to data collected on class structured or stratified populations. Our interest is motivated by the necessity of accommodating the problem of missing observations of individual class membership. This is particularly problematic in SCR data arising from DNA analysis(More)
A novel two-dimensional (2D) direct-drive generator based on switched reluctance principle is proposed in this paper. Due to its unique structure, the device is considered as a 2D power generator for sustainable energy utilization such as wind and wave energy with multidimensional motion forms. The generator has the advantages of simple structure and(More)
The authors would like to provide corrections to several of the values reported in this paper. Specifically, throughout the text, tables, and Supporting Information, the trap spacing should be 10.67 km instead of 9.60 km, due to correcting the spatial extent in the y-direction of the configurations with J = 32, necessitating re-simulations for J = 32. The(More)
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