Richard Duncan

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It is a well-established fact that human performance exceeds that of computers by orders of magnitude on a wide range of speech recognition tasks. However, there is widespread belief that the gap between human and machine performance has narrowed considerably on restricted problems. Yet, there are few extensive comparisons of performance on tasks involving(More)
Many case-control tests of rare variation are implemented in statistical frameworks that make correction for confounders like population stratification difficult. Simple permutation of disease status is unacceptable for resolving this issue because the replicate data sets do not have the same confounding as the original data set. These limitations make it(More)
BACKGROUND An international review of the Cambodian Expanded Programme on Immunization (EPI) in 2010 and other data show that despite immunization coverage increases and vaccine preventable diseases incidence reductions, inequities in access to immunization services exist. Utilizing immunization and health systems literature, analysis of global health(More)
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