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- C A Glasbey, F Wright
- Electrophoresis
- 1994

An algorithm is proposed for removing the effect of "frowns" and "smiles" (i.e. warping) from multitrack electrophoretic gels, so that the bands are horizontal and in alignment between tracks. It has been applied to a DNA sequencing autoradiograph, but could equally be applied to other types of gel separation where warping occurs. The algorithm uses a… (More)

- Andrew J. Vinten, A. Whitmore, J. Bloem, R. Howard, F. Wright
- Biology and Fertility of Soils
- 2002

The kinetics of N immobilisation/mineralisation for cellulose-, glucose- and straw-amended sandy soils were investigated in a series of laboratory incubations. Three Scottish soils expected to exhibit a range of biological activity were used: a loamy sand, intensively cropped horticultural soil subject to large inputs of inorganic fertilisers and pesticides… (More)

The performance of spiral inductors on insulating substrates is far superior to ones fabricated in bulk CMOS or BiCMOS processes. In spite of this, SOI inductors are generally not satisfactory for very low noise or low insertion loss circuits. This work studies high frequency effects on current density In Inductors and discusses improvements In… (More)

- B Singh, F T Wright
- Lifetime data analysis
- 1996

Inferences for survival curves based on right censored continuous or grouped data are studied. Testing homogeneity with an ordered restricted alternative and testing the order restriction as the null hypothesis are considered. Under a proportional hazards model, the ordering on the survival curves corresponds to an ordering on the regression coefficients.… (More)

- B Singh, F T Wright
- Lifetime data analysis
- 1998

Inferences for survival curves based on right censored data are studied for situations in which it is believed that the treatments have survival times at least as large as the control or at least as small as the control. Testing homogeneity with the appropriate order restricted alternative and testing the order restriction as the null hypothesis are… (More)

- Kane Nashimoto, F. T. Wright
- Computational Statistics & Data Analysis
- 2005

In the one-way analysis of variance, we study multiple-comparison procedures that detect di(erences in the treatment means when they are known to be simply ordered (i.e., 1 6 2 6 · · ·6 k). Several existing procedures as well as four procedures proposed here are compared by Monte-Carlo techniques. In 1990, Hayter developed a one-sided Studentized range… (More)

- F. T. Wright, Kane Nashimoto
- Computational Statistics & Data Analysis
- 2011

Abstract: A Bayesian hierarchical mixed model is developed for multiple comparisons under a simple order restriction. The model facilitates inferences on the successive differences of the population means, for which we choose independent prior distributions that are mixtures of an exponential distribution and a discrete distribution with its entire mass at… (More)

- Kane Nashimoto, F. T. Wright
- Computational Statistics & Data Analysis
- 2007

- Kane Nashimoto, F. T. Wright
- Computational Statistics & Data Analysis
- 2008

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