Craig O'Neill

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UNLABELLED Increasing patient census and department overcrowding are universal concerns in pediatric emergency medicine. Accurate predictions of patient flow and resource utilization in the pediatric emergency department (PED) are important in determining what aspects of PED activity could be modified to improve patient flow, reduce patient waiting times,(More)
We have extended the two-dimensional geodynamics finite-element code ''Ellipsis'' to three-dimensions. Ellipsis uses a hybrid particle in a cell scheme, which combines a fixed mesh of computational points and a dense arrangement of mobile material points. The fixed Eulerian mesh allows very fast computation, performed in Ellipsis via a multigrid iteration(More)
Systemic sclerosis (scleroderma) is a connective tissue disorder of unknown etiology. This rare, chronic, multisystem disorder encompasses a number of variations leading to focal and systemic classifications, which includes features such as skin thickening. The changes within the skin microstructure have led to numerous surgical complications. In a review(More)
As a result of our discussions (most recently our telecon on 05/15/06), I here summarize the current status and work plan to develop a modular, shared, and well documented global, Hager & O'Connell (1981) type, spectral mantle flow tool. Please keep sending me comments on this document, also if you are not on our mailing list but wish to be kept up to date(More)
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