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Department of Pure Mathematics and Mathematical Statistics

 

Harding Professor of Statistics in Public Life

Research Interests: Statistics: in particular Functional / Object Data Analysis, Time Series Analysis, Official and Public Policy Statistics, Statistical Neuroimaging, Statistical Linguistics, Seasonal Adjustment and other Applied Statistics

 

Publications

Pharmacokinetic modelling of the anti-malarial drug artesunate and its active metabolite dihydroartemisinin.
AJ Hall, MJ Chappell, JAD Aston, SA Ward
– Computer Methods and Programs in Biomedicine
(2013)
112,
1
Modelling trigonometric seasonal components for monthly economic time series
I Hindrayanto, JAD Aston, SJ Koopman, M Ooms
– Applied Economics
(2013)
45,
3024
Dynamic filtering of static dipoles in magnetoencephalography
A Sorrentino, AM Johansen, JAD Aston, TE Nichols, WS Kendall
– The Annals of Applied Statistics
(2013)
7,
955
Bayesian model comparison for compartmental models with applications in positron emission tomography
Y Zhou, JAD Aston, AM Johansen
– Journal of Applied Statistics
(2013)
40,
993
Evaluating stationarity via change-point alternatives with applications to fMRI data
JAD Aston, C Kirch
– The Annals of Applied Statistics
(2012)
6,
1906
Bayesian model comparison via path-sampling sequential Monte Carlo
Y Zhou, AM Johansen, JAD Aston
– 2012 IEEE Statistical Signal Processing Workshop (SSP)
(2012)
1,
245
Detecting and estimating changes in dependent functional data
JAD Aston, C Kirch
– Journal of Multivariate Analysis
(2012)
109,
204
Distribution of Statistics of Hidden State Sequences Through the Sum-Product Algorithm
DEK Martin, JAD Aston
– Methodology and Computing in Applied Probability
(2012)
15,
897
Quantifying the uncertainty in change points
CFH Nam, JAD Aston, AM Johansen
– Journal of Time Series Analysis
(2012)
33,
807
A self-organizing state-space-model approach for parameter estimation in Hodgkin-Huxley-type models of single neurons
DV Vavoulis, VA Straub, JAD Aston, J Feng
– PLOS Computational Biology
(2012)
8,
e1002401
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Room

D1.03

Telephone

01223 766535