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  • Khan, F; Walsh, Cathal Dominic; Lane, S.J; Moloney, E (Irish Medical Organisation, 2014)
    Sleep apnoea (OSAS) is a multisystem disorder. There is a high prevalence of cardiovascular and metabolic morbidities in patients investigated for sleep apnoea. We aim to evaluate any association between cardiovascular, ...
  • Cregan, Vincent; Lee, William T.; Clune, Louise (SpringerOpen, 2017)
    A soft sensor for measuring product quality in the Bayer process has been developed. The soft sensor uses a combination of historical process data recorded from online sensors and laboratory measurements to predict a key ...
  • Cribbin, Laura B. (University of Limerick, 2013)
    Under the influence of regional groundwater ow, pollution in an aquifer can migrate to streams or wells. This can have catastrophic consequences for human health and local ecosystems. Fortunately, there is a suite of ...
  • Bandeira, Afonso; Bell, Christopher G.; Charpin, Jean P. F.; Gaburro, Romina; Soussi, Sofiane; Wilson, Eddie R. (2009)
    The design of solar panels is investigated. Different aspects of this problem are presented. A formula averaging the solar energy received on a given location is derived first. The energy received by the collecting solar ...
  • MacKenzie, Gilbert; Xu, Jing (IWSM, 2009)
    The history of space-time clustering concepts and methods are re- viewed briefly. The space-time clustering model of Ederer et al is investigated in detail. This method has been used extensively in the epidemiological ...
  • Kartun-Giles, Alexander P.; Krioukov, Dmitri; Gleeson, James P.; Moreno, Yamir; Bianconi, Ginestra (MDPI, 2018)
    A projective network model is a model that enables predictions to be made based on a subsample of the network data, with the predictions remaining unchanged if a larger sample is taken into consideration. An exchangeable ...
  • Sedakov, Roman Olegovich (University of Limerick, 2012)
    The present thesis studies the problem of existence and stability of spatial periodic solutions of the extended Cahn–Hilliard equation. The extended Cahn–Hilliard equation is a well-known model that describes the process ...
  • O'Brien, Joseph D.; Dassios, Ioannis K.; Gleeson, James P. (IOP Publishing, 2019)
    A model for the spreading of online information or ‘memes’ on multiplex networks is introduced and analyzed using branching-process methods. The model generalizes that of (Gleeson et al 2016 Phys. Rev.X) in two ways. ...
  • Kopteva, Natalia; Stynes, Martin (Springer, 2011)
    A semilinear reaction-diffusion two-point boundary value problem, whose second-order derivative is multiplied by a small positive parameter epsilon(2), is considered. It can have multiple solutions. The numerical computation ...
  • Benilov, Eugene (American Physical Society, 2016)
    We examine the stability of a vertical liquid bridge between two vertically vibrating, coaxial disks. Assuming that the vibration amplitude and period are much smaller than the mean distance between the disks and the global ...
  • Benilov, Eugene; Cummins, C.P. (American Institute of Physics, 2013)
    We study the stability of a static liquid column rising from an infinite pool, with its top attached to a horizontal plate suspended at a certain height above the pool's surface. Two different models are employed for the ...
  • Benilov, Eugene; Barros, Ricardo; O'Brien, Stephen B.G. (American Physical Society, 2016)
    We investigate the stability of thin liquid curtains with respect to two-dimensional perturbations. The dynamics of perturbations with wavelengths exceeding (or comparable to) the curtain's thickness are examined using the ...
  • Benilov, Eugene (MDPI, 2017)
    This paper presents a model which yields examples of stable vortices in a continuously stratified rotating fluid, thus providing a possible explanation of the observed longevity of oceanic eddies. The model is based on ...
  • Haynes, Matthew (University of Limerick, 2019)
    This thesis examines the static equilibrium shapes and stability of various capillary surfaces. The equilibrium shapes are accurately approximated using asymptotic series solutions in the micro-gravity limit. The stability ...
  • Sheikhi, Ali (Univerisyt of Limerick, 2014)
    A single nucleotide polymorphism, or SNP, is a site of the genome where variation occurs within a population. Almost all SNPs have only two alleles (variants). Variations in the DNA sequences of humans can affect how ...
  • Sheikhi, Ali; Ramsey, David (Irish Statistical Association, 2012)
    Genome sequencing includes methods and technologies that are used for determining the order of nucleotides (A, T, C or G) along a DNA sequence. A single nucleotide polymorphism or SNP is a DNA sequence variation occurring ...
  • Brosnan, Kevin Christopher (University of Limerick, 2018)
    Statisticians are among the most in demand problem solvers in today's data driven world, with their expertise often employed to address emerging issues in other scientific fields by adopting, modifying and/or developing ...
  • Ramsey, David; Futschik, Andreas (Internaitonal Statistical Institute, 2011)
    An important problem in genetics is detecting single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs), sites along the genome at which a population shows variation. The focus is on the detection of rare variants. Pooling individuals ...
  • Fennell, Peter G. (University of Limerick, 2015)
    Networks are everywhere. From social networks to ecological networks, transportation networks to the World Wide Web, the existence of groups of units that are interconnected in some manner is ubiquitous in our modern-day ...
  • Ramsey, David (IEEE Computer Society, 2009)
    In games such as the war of attrition and parental care games the length of time spent in a realisation of the game is dependent on the strategy used. Hence, there is a trade off between the mean reward obtained per ...

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