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We report the results of the revision of 123 acetabular components for aseptic loosening treated by impaction bone grafting using frozen, morsellised, irradiated femoral heads and cemented sockets. This is the first large series using this technique to be reported. A survivorship of 88% with revision as the end-point after a mean of five years is comparable(More)
Geostatistics is a distinctive methodology within the field of spatial statistics. In the past, it has been linked to particular problems (e.g., spatial interpolation by kriging) and types of spatial data (attributes defined on continuous space). It has been used more by physical than human geographers because of the nature of their types of data. The(More)
Cranberry harvesting methods give only one yield value per field making characterization of within-field variation, the usual first step in precision farming, difficult. Time-consuming berry count yield and fruit rot estimations are the best “ground truth” indication of yield variation within fields. Correlations and coincidence of binary classifications(More)
Between 1990 and 2000, 123 hips in 110 patients were reconstructed for aseptic loosening using impaction bone grafting with frozen, irradiated, morsellised femoral heads and cemented acetabular components. This series was reported previously at a mean follow-up of five years. We have extended this follow-up and now describe the outcome of 86 hips in 74(More)
Cranberries are grown in sensitive wetland ecosystems and precision farming could be beneficial to reduce agro-chemical pollution and increase production without expanding area. Precision farming requires knowledge of the variation of yield within-fields but cranberry harvesting methods produce only one yield value per field unless an expensive pre-harvest(More)
Kruger National Park (KNP), South Africa, provides protected habitats for the unique animals of the African savannah. For the past 40 years, annual aerial surveys of herbivores have been conducted to aid management decisions based on (1) the spatial distribution of species throughout the park and (2) total species populations in a year. The surveys are(More)
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