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- Stuart Barber, Guy P Nason
- 2003

Wavelet shrinkage is an effective nonparametric regression technique, especially when the underlying curve has irregular features such as spikes or discontinuities. The basic idea is simple: take the discrete wavelet transform (DWT) of data consisting of a signal corrupted by noise; shrink or remove the wavelet coefficients to remove the noise; and then… (More)

Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) is an adult-onset neurodegenerative disease, characterized by progressive dysfunction and death of motor neurons. Although evidence for oxidative stress in ALS pathogenesis is well described, antioxidants have generally shown poor efficacy in animal models and human clinical trials. We have developed an in vitro screening… (More)

- Stuart Barber, Guy P Nason, Bernard W Silverman
- 2001

We use cumulants to derive Bayesian credible intervals for wavelet regression estimates. The first four cumulants of the posterior distribution of the estimates are expressed in terms of the observed data and integer powers of the mother wavelet functions. These powers are closely approximated by linear combinations of wavelet scaling functions at an… (More)

- Stuart Barber, Christopher Jennison
- 2002

SUMMARY We extend the optimal symmetric group sequential tests of Eales & Jennison (1992) to the broader class of asymmetric designs. Two forms of asymmetry are considered, involving unequal type I and type II error rates and different emphases on expected sample sizes at the null and alternative hypotheses. We discuss the properties of our optimal designs… (More)

- Stuart Barber, Guy P Nason
- 2003

This report details the results of extensive simulations carried out to compare the wavelet shrinkage methods proposed by Barber & Nason (2003) to a range of other existing wavelet shrinkage techniques.

One of the key ingredients in drug discovery is the derivation of conceptual templates called pharmacophores. A pharmacophore model characterises the physico-chemical properties common to all active molecules, called ligands, bound to a particular protein receptor, together with their relative spatial arrangement. Motivated by this important application, we… (More)

We develop a Bayesian model for the alignment of two point configurations under the full similarity transformations of rotation, translation and scaling. Other work in this area has concentrated on rigid body transformations, where scale information is preserved, motivated by problems involving molecular data; this is known as form analysis. We concentrate… (More)

- Lazarus K Mramba, Stuart Barber, Kerstin Hommola, Lee A Dyer, Joseph S Wilson, Matthew L Forister +1 other
- 2013

There is a need for a reliable statistical test which is appropriate for assessing cospeciation of more than two phylogenies. We have developed an algorithm using a permutation method that can be used to test for and infer tri-trophic evolutionary relationships of organisms given both their phyloge-nies and pairwise interactions. An overall statistic has… (More)

- Philippa Burdett, Kanti Mardia, Stuart Barber
- 2011