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EPrints submitted by Amos Storkey

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Number of EPrints submitted by this user: 27

An Expectation Maximisation Algorithm for One-to-Many Record Linkage, Illustrated on the Problem of Matching Far Infra-Red Astronomical Sources to Optical Counterparts
Amos Storkey, Christopher Williams, Emma Taylor and Robert G Mann
(2005) Technical Report. Edinburgh University, Edinburgh, UK.

Extracting motion primitives from natural handwriting data
Benjamin Williams, Mark Toussaint and Amos Storkey
Proceedings of the International Conference on Artificial Neural Networks 2006.

Probabilistic inference for solving discrete and continuous state Markov Decision Processes
Marc Toussaint and Amos Storkey
Proceedings of 23nd International Conference on Machine Learning (ICML 2006) 2006.

A primitive based generative model to infer timing information in unpartitioned handwriting data
Ben Williams, Marc Toussaint and Amos Storkey
Proceedings of IJCAI 2007 2007.

Mixture regression for covariate shift
Amos Storkey and Masashi Sugiyama
Advances in Neural Information Processing Systems 19 (NIPS2006) 2006.

Modelling motion primitives and their timing in biologically executed movements
Ben Williams, Marc Toussaint and Amos Storkey
Advances in Neural Information Processing Systems 20 2008.

Continuous Time Particle Filtering for fMRI
Lawrence Murray and Amos Storkey
Continuous Time Particle Filtering for fMRI Volume Advances in Neural Information Processing Systems 20, 2008.

Probabilistic inference for solving (PO)MDPs
Marc Tousaint, Stefan Harmeling and Amos Storkey
(2006) Technical Report. University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, UK.

Extracting motion primitives from natural handwriting data
Benjamin Williams, Marc Toussaint and Amos Storkey
Proceedings of the International Conference on Artificial Neural Networks 2006.

Probabilistic inference for solving discrete and continuous state Markov Decision Processes
Marc Toussaint and Amos Storkey
Proceedings of 23nd International Conference on Machine Learning (ICML 2006) 2006.

A primitive based generative model to infer timing information in unpartitioned handwriting data
Ben Williams, Marc Toussaint and Amos Storkey
Proceedings of IJCAI 2007 2007.

Modelling motion primitives and their timing in biologically executed movements
Ben Williams, Marc Toussaint and Amos Storkey
Advances in Neural Information Processing Systems 20 2008.

Probabilistic inference for solving (PO)MDPs
Marc Toussaint, Stefan Harmeling and Amos Storkey
(2006) Technical Report. University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, UK.

When training and test sets are different: characterising learning transfer
Amos Storkey
In: Dataset Shift in Machine Learning (2009) MIT Press , Cambridge, Massachusetts , pp. 1-28. ISBN 978-0-262-17005-5

Machine Learning Markets
Amos Storkey
Journal of Machine Learning Research W&CP Volume 15:AISTATS 2011, pp. 716-724, 2011.

Tract shape modelling provides evidence of topological change in corpus callosum genu during normal ageing
Mark Bastin, Jakub Piatkowksi, Amos Storkey, L.J. Brown, A.M. Maclullich and Jonathan D. Clayden
Neuroimage Volume 43, pp. 20-28, 2008.

Reproducibility of tract segmentation between sessions using an unsupervised modelling-based approach
Jonathan D. Clayden, Amos Storkey, Susanna Munoz Maniega and Mark E. Bastin
Neuroimage Volume 45, Number 2, pp. 377-385, 2009.

Expectation-Maximization methods for solving (PO)MDPs and optimal control problems
Marc Toussaint, Amos Storkey and Stefan Harmeling
In: Bayesian Time Series Models (2011) Cambridge University Press .

Discovering white matter structure beyond anisotropy maps with diffusion MRI
Jakub Piatkowski, Mark Bastin and Amos Storkey
In: International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, 1-7 May 2010, Stockholm.

Neuronal adaptation for sampling-based probabilistic inference in perceptual bistability
David Reichert, Peggy Series and Amos Storkey
Advances in Neural Information Volume 24, 2011.

Particle smoothing in continuous time: a fast approach via density estimation
Lawrence Murray and Amos Storkey
IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing Volume 59, Number 3, pp. 1017-1026, 2011.

Hallucinations in Charles Bonnet Syndrome Induced by Homeostasis: a Deep Boltzmann Machine Model
David Reichert, Peggy Series and Amos Storkey
Advances in Neural Information Processing Systems Volume 23, pp. 2020-2028, 2011.

Sparse Instrumental Variables (SPIV) for Genome-Wide Studies
Felix Agakov, Paul McKeigue, Jon Krohn and Amos Storkey
in Neural Information Processing Systems (NIPS 2010) Volume 23, pp. 28-36, 2011.

Comparing probabilistic models for melodic sequences.
Athina Spiliopoulou and Amos Storkey
Proceedings of ECML PKDD 2011 2011.

TractoR: Magnetic resonance imaging and tractography with R. J.D. Clayden, S. Munoz Maniega, A.J. Storkey, M.D. King, M.E. Bastin, and C.A. Clark. TractoR: Magnetic resonance imaging and tractography with R. Journal of Statistical Software. In Press., 2011.
John Clayden, Susana Munoz Maniega, Amos Storkey, Martin King, Mark Bastin and Chris Clark
Journal of Statistical Software Volume 44, Number 8, 2011.

The grouped author-topic model for unsupervised entity resolution.
Andrew Dai and Amos Storkey
Proceedings of ICANN 2011 2011.

A hierarchical generative model of recurrent object-based attention in the visual cortex.
David Reichert, Peggy Series and Amos Storkey
Proceedings of ICANN 2011 2011.