1972 |
Renshaw, E. Birth, death and migration processes. Biometrika, 59, 49-60. <1.pdf> |
1973 |
Renshaw, E. Interconnected population processes. Journal of Applied Probability, 10, 1-14. <2.pdf> |
1973 |
Renshaw, E. The effect of migration between two developing populations. Proceedings of the 39th Session of the International Statistical Institute, 2, 294-298. <3.pdf> |
1974 |
Renshaw, E. Stepping stone models for population growth. Journal of Applied Probability, 11, 16-31. <4.pdf> |
1974 |
Renshaw, E. Spatial dynamics of biological populations. In Newcastle Conference on Spatial Processes 20-21 May, 1994. Advances in Applied Probability, 7, 449-460. <5.pdf> |
1974 |
Mollison, D & Renshaw, E. Conference on Stochastic Models in Space and Time, Edinburgh, 19-20 December 1974. Advances in Applied Probability, 7, 461-467. <6.pdf> |
1977 |
Renshaw, E. Velocities of propagation for stepping-stone models of population growth. Journal of Applied Probability, 14, 591-597. <7.pdf> |
1979 |
Renshaw, E. Waveforms and velocities for non-nearest-neighbour contact distributions. Journal of Applied Probability,
16, 1-11. <8.pdf> |
1980 |
Henderson, R. & Renshaw, E. Spatial stochastic models and computer simulation applied to the study of tree root systems. Compstat 80, 389-395, Physica Verlag: Vienna. <9.pdf> |
1980 |
Renshaw, E. The spatial distribution of Tribolium confusum. Journal of Applied Probability, 17, 895-911. <10.pdf> |
1981 |
Renshaw, E. Waveforms and velocities for models of spatial infection. Journal of Applied Probability, 18, 715-720. <11.pdf> |
1981 |
Renshaw, E. & Henderson, R. The correlated random walk. Journal of Applied Probability, 18, 403-414. <12.pdf> |
1982 |
Renshaw, E. The development of a spatial predator-prey process on interconnected sites. Journal of Theoretical Biology, 94, 355-365. <13.pdf> |
1982 |
Renshaw, E. Change of genotype frequencies under selection in a self-pollinated population. Heredity, 48, 139-144. <14.pdf> |
1983 |
Henderson, R., Ford, E.D., Renshaw, E. & Deans J.D. Morphology of the structural root system of Sitka Spruce. 1. Analysis and quantitative description. Forestry, 56, 121-135. <15.pdf> |
1983 |
Henderson, R., Ford, E.D. & Renshaw, E. Morphology of the structural root system of Sitka Spruce. 2. Computer simulation of rooting patterns. Forestry, 56, 137-153. <16.pdf> |
1983 |
Henderson, R., Renshaw, E. & Ford, E.D. A note on the recurrence of a correlated random walk. Journal of Applied Probability, 20, 696-699. <17.pdf> |
1983 |
Renshaw. E. & Ford, E.D. The interpretation of process from pattern using two-dimensional spectral analysis: methods and problems of interpretation. Applied Statistics, 32, 51-63. <18.pdf> |
1984 |
Ford, E.D. & Renshaw, E. The interpretation of process from pattern using two-dimensional spectral analysis: modelling single species patterns in vegetation. Vegetatio, 56, 113-123. <19.pdf> |
1984 |
Henderson, R., Renshaw, E. & Ford, E.D. A correlated random walk model for two-dimensional diffusion. Journal of Applied Probability, 21, 233-246. <20.pdf> |
1984 |
Renshaw, E. SASP: a two-dimensional spectral analysis package for analysing spatial data. University of Edinburgh.
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1984 |
Renshaw, E. Competition experiments for light in a plant monoculture: an analysis based on two-dimensional spectra. Biometrics, 40, 717-728. <21.pdf> |
1984 |
Renshaw. E. & Ford, E.D. The description of spatial pattern using two-dimensional spectral analysis. Vegetatio, 56, 75-85. <22.pdf> |
1985 |
Renshaw, E. Computer simulation of Sitka spruce: spatial branching models for canopy growth and root structure. Mathematics Applied in Medicine and Biology, 2, 183-200. <23.pdf> |
1986 |
Newbery D. McC., Renshaw, E. & Brunig E.F. Spatial pattern of trees in Kerangas Forest, Sarawak. Vegetatio, 65, 77-89. <24.pdf> |
1986 |
Renshaw, E. A survey of stepping-stone models in population dynamics. Advances in Applied Probability, 18, 581-627.
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1987 |
Jakeman, E. & Renshaw, E. Correlated random-walk model for scattering. Journal of the Optical Society of America, A, 4, 1206-1212. <26.pdf> |
1987 |
Renshaw, E. The discrete Uhlenbech-Ornstein process. Journal of Applied Probability, 24, 908-917. <27.pdf> |
1988 |
Renshaw, E. The high-order autocovariance structure of the telegraph wave. Journal of Applied Probability, 25, 744-751.
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1989 |
Renshaw, E. Discussion contribution to Haslett, J. & Raftery, A. Space-time modelling with long-memory dependence: assessing Ireland's wind power resource. Applied Statistics, 38, 24-25. <29.pdf> |
1989 |
Gu, Z.Q., Duncan, C.N., Renshaw, E., Mugglestone, M.A., Cowan C.F.N. & Grant, P.M. Comparison of techniques for measuring cloud texture in remotely-sensed satellite meteorological image data. Radar and Signal Processing, IEEE Proceedings-F, 136, 236-248. <30.pdf> |
1990 |
Chen, A. & Renshaw, E. Markov branching processes with instantaneous immigration. Probability Theory and Related Fields, 87, 209-240. <31.pdf> |
1990 |
Jackson, D.R., Harwood, R.S. & Renshaw, E. Tests of a scheme for regression retrieval and time-space interpolation of stratospheric temperature from satellite measurements. Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society, 116, 1449-1470. <32.pdf> |
1990 |
Renshaw, E. Discussion contribution to Bartlett, M.S. Chance or Chaos? Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, A, 153, 336. |
1991 |
Gu, Z.Q., Duncan, C.N., Grant, P.M., Cowan, C.F.N., Renshaw, E. & Mugglestone, M.A. Textural and spectral features as an aid to cloud classification. International Journal in Remote Sensing, 12, 953-968. <34.pdf> |
1992 |
Chen, A. & Renshaw, E. The Gillis-Domb-Fisher correlated random walk. Journal of Applied Probability, 29, 792-813.
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1992 |
Jackson, D.R. & Renshaw, E. A comparison of sequential estimation and time/space interpolation schemes for analysing retrieved stratospheric temperature. Annales Geophysicae, 10, 895-903. <36.pdf> |
1992 |
Renshaw, E. Discussion contribution to RSS Chaos Meeting, London, Oct. 1991. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, B, 54, 455. |
1992 |
Renshaw, E. Lead Discussion Contribution to Joint Meeting of the RSS and LMS on The Future for Honours Degree Courses in Mathematics and Statistics, London, Oct. 1991. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, A, 155, 199-200. |
1993 |
Chen, A. & Renshaw, E. Recurrence of Markov branching processes with immigration. Stochastic Processes and Their Applications, 45, 231-242. <39.pdf> |
1993 |
Chen, A. & Renshaw, E. Existence and uniqueness criteria for conservative uni-instantaneous denumerable Markov processes. Probability Theory and Related Fields, 94, 427-456. <40.pdf> |
1993 |
Renshaw, E. Non-linear waves on the Turing ring. 49th Session of The International Statistical Institute. Firenze, Italy, 2, 339-340. |
1993 |
Renshaw, E. Spatial reaction systems in a discrete environment. STATCHEM93, Venice, Italy, 1, 3-25. |
1994 |
Chen, A. & Renshaw, E. The general correlated random walk. Journal of Applied Probability, 31, 869-884. <43.pdf> |
1994 |
Renshaw, E. The linear spatial-temporal interaction process and its relation to 1/-noise. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, B, 56, 75-91. <44.pdf> |
1994 |
Renshaw, E. Chaos in Biometry. IMA Journal of Mathematics Applied in Medicine and Biology, 11, 17-44. <45.pdf> |
1994 |
Renshaw, E. Non-linear waves on the Turing ring. The Mathematical Scientist, 19, 22-46. <46.pdf> |
1994 |
Smith, M. & Renshaw, E. Parallel-prefix remapping for efficient data-parallel implementation of unbalanced simulations. Advances in Parallel Computing, 9, 215-222. <47.pdf> |
1995 |
Chen, A. & Renshaw, E. Markov branching processes regulated by emigration and large immigration. Stochastic Processes and Their Applications, 57, 339-359. <48.pdf> |
1995 |
Jakeman, E., Phayre, S. & Renshaw, E. The evolution and measurement of a population of pairs. Journal of Applied Probability, 32, 1048-1062. <49.pdf> |
1996 |
Mugglestone, M.A. & Renshaw, E. A practical guide to the spectral analysis of spatial point processes. Computational Statistics and Data Analysis, 21, 43-65. <50.pdf> |
1996 |
Mugglestone, M.A. & Renshaw, E. The exploratory analysis of bivariate spatial point patterns using cross-spectra. Environmetrics, 7, 361-377. <51.pdf> |
1997 |
Chen, A. & Renshaw, E. The M/M/1 queue with mass exodus and mass arrivals when empty. Journal of Applied Probability, 34, 192-207. <52.pdf> |
1997 |
Renshaw, E. Spectral techniques in spatial analysis. Forestry Ecology and Management, 94, 165-174. <53.pdf> |
1997 |
Renshaw, E. & Chen, A.Y. Birth-death processes with mass annihilation and state-dependent immigration. Stochastic Models, 13, 239-254. <54.pdf> |
1997 |
Renshaw, E. & Dai, Y. Regularity and reversibility results for birth-death-migration processes. Journal of Applied Probability, 34, 192-207. <55.pdf> |
1998 |
Capobianco, R. & Renshaw, E. The autocovariance function for marked point processes: a comparison between two different approaches. Biometrical Journal, 40, 1-16. <56.pdf> |
1998 |
Gibson, G.J. & Renshaw, E. Estimating parameters in stochastic compartmental models using Markov chain methods. IMA Journal of Mathematics Applied in Medicine and Biology, 15, 19-40. <57.pdf> |
1998 |
Marion, G., Renshaw, E. & Gibson, G. Stochastic effects in a model of nematode infection in ruminants. IMA Journal of Mathematics Applied in Medicine and Biology, 15, 97-116. <58.pdf
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1998 |
Mugglestone, M.A. & Renshaw, E. Detection of geological lineations on aerial photographs using two-dimensional spectral analysis. Computers and Geosciences, 24, 771-784. <59.pdf> |
1998 |
Renshaw, E. Epidemic Models, Spatial. In Encyclopaedia of Biostatistics, eds. P. Armitage & T. Colton, 1341-1345, Wiley. <60.pdf> |
1998 |
Renshaw, E. Saddlepoint approximations for stochastic processes with truncated cumulant generating functions. IMA Journal of Mathematics Applied in Medicine and Biology, 15, 1-12. <61.pdf> |
1998 |
Renshaw, E. & Gibson, G.J. Can Markov Chain Monte Carlo be usefully applied to stochastic processes with hidden birth times? Inverse Problems, 14, 1581-1606. <62.pdf> |
1999 |
Renshaw, E. Pearl-Verhulst logistic process. In Encyclopaedia of Mathematics Supplement Vol. 1 (ed. M. Hazewinkel), Kluwer, 404. <63.pdf> |
1999 |
Renshaw, E. Stochastic Effects in Population Models. Chapter 2 of Advanced Theoretical Ecology: Advances in Principles and Applications (ed. J. McGlade), 23-63. Blackwell Science: Oxford. <64.pdf> |
2000 |
Chen, A. & Renshaw, E. Existence, recurrence and equilibrium properties of Markov branching processes with instantaneous immigration. Stochastic Processes and Their Applications, 88, 177-193. <65.pdf> |
2000 |
Dai, Y. & Renshaw, E. The Markov oscillation problem in discrete time. Journal of the London Mathematical Society, 61, 301-314. <66.pdf> |
2000 |
Dalgleish, A.N., Boulton, G.S. & Renshaw, E. The ice age cycle and the deglaciations: an application of nonlinear regression modelling. Quaternary Science Reviews, 19, 687-697. <67.pdf> |
2000 |
Marion, G., Renshaw, E. & Gibson, G. Stochastic modelling of environmental variation for biological populations. Theoretical Population Biology, 57, 197-217. <68.pdf> |
2000 |
Renshaw, E. Epidemic Models, Spatial. In Encyclopaedia of Epidemiologic Methods, (eds. M. Gail & J. Benichou), Wiley, 362-366. <69.pdf> |
2000 |
Renshaw, E. Applying the saddlepoint approximation to bivariate stochastic processes. Mathematical Biosciences, 168, 57-75. <70.pdf> |
2000 |
Renshaw, E., Phayre, S. & Jakeman, E. The development of space-time interaction processes with given spectral structure. Inverse Problems. 16, 877-890. <71.pdf> |
2001 |
Gibson, G.J. & Renshaw, E. Inference for immigration-death processes with single and paired immigrants. Inverse Problems, 17, 455-466. <72.pdf> |
2001 |
Gibson, G.J. & Renshaw, E. Likelihood estimation for stochastic compartmental models using Markov chain methods. Statistics and Computing, 11, 347-358. <73.pdf> |
2001 |
Mugglestone, M.A. & Renshaw, E. (2001) Spectral tests for randomness for spatial point patterns. Environmental and Ecological Statistics, 8, 237-251. <74.pdf> |
2001 |
Renshaw, E. & Särkkä, A. Gibbs point processes for studying the development of spatial-temporal stochastic processes. Computational Statistics and Data Analysis, 36, 85-105. <75.pdf> |
2002 |
Mao, X., Marion, G. & Renshaw, E. Environmental Brownian noise suppresses explosions in population dynamics. Stochastic Processes and Their Applications, 97, 95-110. <76.pdf> |
2002 |
Marion, G., Mao, X. & Renshaw, E. Convergence of the Euler scheme for a class of stochastic differential equation. International Journal of Mathematics, 1, 9-22. <77.pdf> |
2002 |
Renshaw, E. Epidemic models. In Encyclopaedia of Environmetrics. (eds. A.H. El-Shaarawi & W.W. Piegorsch), volume 2, 703-708. Chichester: Wiley. <78.pdf> |
2002 |
Renshaw, E. Two-dimensional spectral analysis for marked point processes. Biometrical Journal, 44, 718-745. <79.pdf> |
2002 |
Marion, G., Mao, X., Renshaw, E. & Liu, J. Spatial heterogeneity and the stability of reaction states in autocatalysis. Physical Review E, 66, 051915.1-9. <80.pdf> |
2003 |
Mao, X., Sabanis, S. & Renshaw, E. Asymptotic behaviour of the stochastic Lotka-Volterra model. Journal of Mathematical Analysis and Applications, 287, 141-156. <81.pdf> |
2003 |
Marion, G., Gibson, G.J. & Renshaw, E. (2003) Estimating likelihoods for spatio-temporal models using importance sampling. Statistics and Computing, 13, 111-119. <82.pdf> |
2003 |
Matis, J.H., Kiffe, T.R., Renshaw, E. & Hassan, J. A simple saddlepoint approximation for the equilibrium distribution of the stochastic logistic model of population growth. Ecological Modelling, 161, 239-248. <83.pdf> |
2004 |
Chen, A. & Renshaw, E. Markovian bulk-arriving queues with state-dependent control at idle time. Advances in Applied Probability, 36, 499-524. <84.pdf> |
2004 |
Renshaw, E. Metropolis-Hastings from a stochastic population dynamics perspective. Computational Statistics & Data Analysis, 45, 765-786. <85.pdf> |
2005 |
Gillespie, C. & Renshaw, E. The evolution of a batch-immigration death process subject to counts. Proceedings of the Royal Society, A 461, 1563-1581. <86.pdf> |
2005 |
Renshaw, E. Epidemic Models, Spatial. In Encyclopaedia of Biostatistics (2nd edition), eds. P. Armitage & T. Colton, 1693-1699, Wiley. <87.pdf> |
2006 |
Särkkä, A. & Renshaw, E. The analysis of marked point patterns evolving through space and time. Computational Statistics and Data Analysis, 51, 1698-1718. <88.pdf> |
2007 |
Gillespie, C. & Renshaw, E. An Improved Saddlepoint Approximation. Mathematical Biosciences, 208, 359-374.
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2007 |
Renshaw, E., Mateu, J. & Saura, F. Disentangling mark/point interaction in marked point processes. Computational Statistics and Data Analysis, 51, 3123-3144.
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2008 |
Gillespie C.S. & Renshaw, E. The evolution of a single-paired immigration death process. Journal of Physics, A 41, 1-20. <91.pdf> |
2009 |
Renshaw, E. & Comas, C. Space-time generation of high intensity patterns using growth-interaction processes. Statistics and Computing, 19, 423-437. <92.pdf> |
2009 |
Renshaw, E., Comas, C. & Mateu, J. Analysis of forest thinning strategies through the development of space-time growth-interaction simulation models. Stochastic Environmental and Research Risk Assessment, 23, 275-288. <93.pdf> |
2009 |
Starr, J.M., Campbell, A., Renshaw, E. Poxton, I.R. & Gibson, G.J. (2009) Spatio-temporal stochastic modelling of Clostridium difficile. Journal of Hospital Infection, 71, 49-56. <94.pdf> |
2009 |
Renshaw, E. Spatial-temporal marked point processes: a spectrum of stochastic models. Environmetrics, 20, 1-17.
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