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Blot, WJ; Omar, RZ; Kallewaard, M; Morton, L; Fryzek, JP; Ibrahim, MA; Acheson, D; (2001) Risk of fracture of Bjork Shiley 60 Degree CC prosthetic heart valves. Long term cohort follow up in the Netherlands, the United Kingdom and the United States. Journal of the Heart Valve Diseases , 10 pp. 202-209.

Byford, S; Barber, JA; Fiander, M; Marshall, S; Green, J; (2001) Factors that influence the cost of caring for patients with severe psychotic illness: report from the UK 700 trial. The British Journal of Psychiatry , 178 pp. 441-447. 10.1192/bjp.178.5.441.

Gilvarry, C; Barber, J; Van Os, J; Murray, R; (2001) Neuropsychological performance of psychotic patients in community care: results from the UK700 study. ACTA psychiatrica Scandinavica , 104 pp. 81-91.

Hennig, C; (2001) Ein konstruktivistischer Blick auf mathematische Modelle. Zeitschrift f\uer systemische Therapie , 19 (3) pp. 147-159.

Herbert, J; Isham, V; (2001) A Study of the role of the transmission mechanism in macroprasite aggregation. Journal of Applied Probability , 38(A) pp. 249-262.

Kittelsen, SS; Barber, JA; Harrington, R; (2001) Factors that influence the cost of deliberate self-poisoning in children and adolescents. Journal of Mental Health Policy and Economics , 4 (3) pp. 113-121.

Mackay, NG; Chandler, RE; Onof, C; Wheater, HS; (2001) Disaggregation of spatial rainfall fields for hydrological modelling. HYDROLOGY AND EARTH SYSTEM SCIENCES , 5 (2) 165 - 173. 10.5194/hess-5-165-2001. Green open access

Mischnick, P; Hennig, C; (2001) A new model for the substitution patterns in the polymer chain of polysaccharide derivatives. Biomacromolecules , 2 (1) pp. 180-184. 10.1021/bm000093c.

Russo, P; Attanasio, E; Baio, G; Degli Esposti, L; Buda, S; Degli Esposti, E; Caprino, L; (2001) An economic evaluation of rofecoxib versus NSAIDs in osteoarthritis. PharmacoEconomics - Italian Research Articles , 3 (2) pp. 81-89.

Swerdlow, A.J.; Schoemaker, M.J.; Allerton, R.; Horwich, A.; Barber, J.A.; Cunningham, D.; Lister, T.A.; (2001) Lung cancer after Hodgkin’s disease: a nested case-control study of the relation to treatment. Journal of Clinical Oncology , 19 (6) pp. 1610-1618.

Whitehead, A; Omar, RZ; Higgins, JPT; Savaluny, E; Turner, RM; Thompson, SG; (2001) Meta-analysis of ordinal outcome. Statistics in Medicine , 20 pp. 2219-2241.

Working / discussion paper

Rosati, N.; (2001) A measurement error approach to the study of poverty. (IFS Working Papers W01/13). Institute for Fiscal Studies: London, UK. Green open access

Conference item

Dawid, AP; (2001) Some variations on variation independence. Presented at: Artificial Intelligence and Statistics 2001.

Dawid, AP; Lauritzen, SL; (2001) Compatible prior distributions. Presented at: Bayesian Methods with Applications to Science, Policy and Official Statistics.

Dawid, AP; Lauritzen, SL; (2001) Compatible prior distributions. Presented at: ISBA 2000: The Sixth World Meeting of the International Society for Bayesian Analysis.

Marnay, C; Hamachi, K; Khavkin, M; Siddiqui, A; (2001) Direct Participation of Electrical Loads in the California Independent System Operator Markets During the Summer of 2000. Presented at: 2001 European Council for an Energy Efficient Economy Summer Study.

Siddiqui, A; Marnay, C; Hamachi, K; Rubio, FJ; (2001) Customer Adoption of Small-Scale On-Site Power Generation. Presented at: 2001 European Council for an Energy Efficient Economy Summer Study.

Siddiqui, A; Marnay, C; Khavkin, M; (2001) Spot Pricing of Electricity and Ancillary Services in a Competitive California Market. Presented at: 34th Hawaii International Conference on Systems Sciences.


Aboukhamseen, S.M.; (2001) Data-driven methods for the assessment and improvement of forecasts. Doctoral thesis, University of London. Green open access

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