Mark Browne

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  • Emiliano A Valdez, Virginia Young, Marjorie Rosenberg, Mark Browne, Michael Kosorok
  • 2002
The theory of competing causes involves assessing a cause of failure , such as death due to heart disease or cancer, in the presence of other competing causes. In this paper, we develop a fundamental economic model for examining the degree and order of importance in a competing cause framework. In particular, we demonstrate the usefulness of Von(More)
A customized laser combiner was designed and constructed for dual channel single molecule imaging. The feasibility of a combiner-incorporated imaging system was demonstrated in studies of single molecule FRET. Distance rulers made of dual-labeled dsDNA were used to evaluate the system by determining the distance between one FRET pair. The results showed(More)
An automated unsupervised technique, based upon a Bayesian framework, for the segmentation of low light level imagery is proposed. Primarily, Mixture Modelling is used to provide a baseline estimate. This estimate is then refined to consider spatial correlations using Markov Random Field (MRF) Modelling. The technique has been implemented assuming low-light(More)
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