Robin M. Freeman

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BACKGROUND Anal incontinence is nine times more prevalent in women than in men due to obstetric anal sphincter injury (OASI). OASI is linked to midline episiotomies and mediolateral episiotomies with post-delivery angles of <30 and >60 degrees. Studies show that doctors and midwives are unable to correctly "eyeball" the safe angle required due to perineal(More)
Coupled Hidden Markov Models are trained on GPS tracks from paired homing pigeons released from familiar sites. Initial results show similar characteristics to previous work, but also highlight a coupling between the birds that may suggest a leader/follower relationship. Although early, these results present a novel approach to the analysis of animal(More)
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