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- Noha A. El-Yamany, Panos Papamichalis, William R. Schucany
- 2007 IEEE International Conference on Acoustics…
- 2007

This paper proposes a novel image super-resolution (SR) algorithm in a robust estimation framework. SR estimation is formulated as an optimization (minimization) problem whose objective function is based on robust M-estimators and its solution yields the SR output. The novelty of the proposed scheme lies in the selection of this class of estimators and the… (More)

- Liansheng Tang, Wayne A. Woodward, William R. Schucany
- Communications in Statistics - Simulation and…
- 2008

One of the most basic topics in many introductory statistical methods texts is inference for a population mean, µ. The primary tool for confidence intervals and tests is the Student t sampling distribution. Although the derivation requires independent identically distributed normal random variables with constant variance, σ 2 , most authors reassure the… (More)

- Darcie A P Delzell, Richard F Gunst, +4 authors Robert W Haley
- Statistics in medicine
- 2012

To properly formulate functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) experiments with complex mental activity, it is advantageous to permit great flexibility in the statistical components of the design of these studies. The length of an experiment, the placement of various stimuli and the modeling approach used all affect the ability to detect mental… (More)

- Jeffrey S Spence, Patrick S Carmack, Richard F Gunst, William R Schucany, Wayne A Woodward, Robert W Haley
- NeuroImage
- 2006

Proportional scaling models are often used in functional imaging studies to remove confounding of local signals by global effects. It is generally assumed that global effects are uncorrelated with experimental conditions. However, when the global effect is estimated by the global signal, defined as the intracerebral average, incorrect inference may result… (More)

- Patrick S Carmack, Jeff Spence, Richard F Gunst, William R Schucany, Wayne A Woodward, Robert W Haley
- NeuroImage
- 2004

Disagreement between the Talairach atlas and the stereotaxic space commonly used in software like SPM is a widely recognized problem. Others have proposed affine transformations to improve agreement in surface areas such as Brodmann's areas. This article proposes a similar transformation with the goal of improving agreement specifically in the deep brain… (More)

- Robert W Haley, Jeffrey S Spence, +6 authors Madhukar H Trivedi
- Psychiatry research
- 2009

Several case definitions of chronic illness in veterans of the 1991 Persian Gulf War have been linked epidemiologically with environmental exposure to cholinesterase-inhibiting chemicals, which cause chronic changes in cholinergic receptors in animal models. Twenty-one chronically ill Gulf War veterans (5 with symptom complex 1, 11 with complex 2, and 5… (More)

SUMMARY An introduction to nonparametric regression is accomplished with selected real data sets, statistical graphics, and simulations from known functions. It is pedagogically effective for many to have some initial intuition about what the techniques are and why they work. Visual displays of small examples along with the plots of several types of… (More)

- Kangxia Gu, Hon Keung Tony Ng, Man Lai Tang, William R Schucany
- Biometrical journal. Biometrische Zeitschrift
- 2008

In this paper we compare the properties of four different general approaches for testing the ratio of two Poisson rates. Asymptotically normal tests, tests based on approximate p -values, exact conditional tests, and a likelihood ratio test are considered. The properties and power performance of these tests are studied by a Monte Carlo simulation… (More)

- Julia Kozlitina, Chao Xing, Alexander Pertsemlidis, William R Schucany
- Annals of human genetics
- 2010

When estimating the power of genetic association studies, the allele and genotype frequencies are often assumed to be known, and the numbers of individuals with each genotype are set equal to their expectations under Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium. In fact, both allele and genotype frequencies are unknown and thus random. It has previously been suggested that… (More)