University College, London: B.Sc. in Statistics, 1962-1965.

University of California, Berkeley: Ph.D. in Statistics, 1965-1969.

Research Assistant: J. Neyman, University of California, Berkeley,
1966-1969.

Lecturer, University of Tel Aviv, 1969-1970.

Lecturer, University of Bristol, 1970-1975.

Visiting Research Statistician, University of California,
Berkeley, 1975-76.

DAAD Research Fellow, Radiation and Environmental
Research Institute, Munich, 1975-1976.

Fellow and Tutor in Mathematics, Jesus College, Oxford, 1976-present.

University Lecturer in Mathematical Statistics, Oxford, 1976-1990

Reader in Mathematical Statistics, Oxford, 1990-present.

(2) Nonthreshold models of the survival of bacteria after irradiation,

(3) The Markov property of branching nerve fibres,

(4) On the division of a sequence of random variables,

(5) The linear cell-size-dependent branching process,

(6) Cell-size-dependent branching processes,

(7) Some results for general cell-size-dependent branching processes,

(8) Cardiac and respiratory rhythms in dogfish: Appendix,

(9) Neurohypophysial hormone release,

(10) A model for spatial conflict,

(11) The compartment paradox,

(12) Some results on the limiting behaviour of infinite particle systems,

(13) Physical models in statistical ecology,

(14) Colustrum cells and leucocyte association in man,

(15) Chromosome arm number and radiation-induced dicentric yield,

(16) On the age structure of cell-size-dependent branching processes,

(17) Release of E.Coli DNA from membrane complexes by single strand endonucleases,

(18) The effect of arm-number on chromosome exchange distortion,

(19) Nonidentifiability in stochastic models of illness and death,

(20) Testing disease dependence in survival experiments with serial sacrifice,

(21) On the use of bounds in the statistical analysis of spatial data,

(22) On fitting the logistic curve by least squares, Appendix III, in

(23) Path Analysis, Appendix IV, in

(24) The 75,000 hours that Rutter left out,

(25) Setting bounds to nonidentifiability: Appendix to paper by J. Neyman, in:

(26) Some problems in modelling cellular growth, in

(27) On the determination of the age of a clone from characteristics of its geographical distribution,

(28) The measurement and explanation of school differences,

(29) A stochastic model based on pair distribution functions for reaction in a radiation-induced spur containing one type of radical.

(30) A Monte Carlo simulation of diffusion and reaction in radiation induced spurs. Comparison with analytic models.

(31) Correlation coefficient patterns and their interpretation in three basaltic suites.

(32) Some general remarks on nonidentifiability and the limits of nonidentifiability in time dependent compartment models, in

(33) Small area variations in the use of common surgical procedures.

(34) An unexpected symmetry in the Debye-Smoluchowski equation,

(35) Reply to Comment on 'An Unexpected Symmetry ...' by Hong and Noolandi,

(36) Stochastic and deterministic models of spur kinetics,

(37) Analysis of the Debye-Smoluchovski equation,

(38) Selection does make a difference,

(39) Distances in Gaussian Point sets,

(40) Looking backwards in time in the Moran model in population genetics,

(41) A sample path proof of the duality for stochastically monotone Markov processes,

(42) Stochastic models of scavenging in radiation induced spurs,

(43) Testing the association between two spatial processes,

(44) On the simulation of the Smoluchovski boundary condition and the interpolation of Brownian paths,

(45) Stochastic models of multi-species kinetics in radiation induced spurs,

(46) The approximation of collisional energy relaxation by imbedding diffusion processes,

(47) Stochastic models of diffusion controlled ionic reactions in radiation induced spurs, 1. High permittivity solvents,

(48) Electron-Ion geminate escape probability in anisotropic media.

(49) Hydrogen and hydrogen peroxide yields in the radiolysis of water: A comparison of stochastic and deterministic kinetic models,

(50) Statistical models of chemical kinetics in liquids,

(51) Invasion processes and binary annihilation in one dimension,

(52) How to combine correlated estimates of a single physical quantity,

(53) Assessing the significance of the correlation between two spatial processes,

(54) Generalised sequential Monte-Carlo significance tests,

(55) Reconstruction of polygonal images,

(56) Lifetime determination in the presence of cuts,

(57) Approximate solution of the Debye-Smoluchovski equation for geminate ion recombination in solvents of low permittivity,

(58) Stochastic models of diffusion-controlled ionic reactions in radiation-induced spurs. 2. Low permittivity solvents,

(59) Stochastic modeling of fast kinetics in a radiation track,

(60) Class inequalities in education in the twentieth century,

(61) Markov random fields in statistics. In: G.R. Grimmett and D.J.A. Welsh (Eds) Disorder in Physical Systems,

(62) Sequential Monte-Carlo p-values,

(63) Correlation effects in simple liquids,

(64) Stochastic modelling in physical chemistry. In:

(65) Testing association between spatial processes. In: A. Possolo (Ed)

(66) The political consequences of social mobility,

(67) Point based polygonal models for random graphs,

(68) The equivalence of the Cox process with squared radial Ornstein-Uhlenbeck intensity and the death process in a simple population model,

(69) Diffusion kinetics in microscopic nonhomogeneous system. In: G.H.W. Weiss (Ed)

(70) Assessing the significance of the correlation between two spatial processes: Response to reader reaction,

(71) False trails and faulty explanations. In: D. Denver, P. Norris, D. Broughton and C. Rallings (Eds)

(72) The election campaign. In: A.F. Heath et al (Eds)

(73) Monte Carlo Methods. In: J.L. Stanford and S.B. Vardeman (Eds)

(74) Bayesian inference for vector-based images. In: D.M. Titterington (Ed)

(75) The escape probability for integrated Brownian motion with non-zero drift,

(76) Class inequalities and educational reform in twentieth century Britain. In: D.J. Lee and B. Turner (Eds)

(77) Logistic regression models for panel data with attrition,

(78) Sampling strategies for Monte Carlo filters of non-linear systems with applications to bearings only tracking,

(79) An improved particle filter for non-linear problems,

(80) Probability Representation of a Class of Two-Way Diffusions,

(81) On Cox Processes Driven by Interacting Diffusions and the Death Sequences of Immigration-Emigration Linked Population Networks,

(82) Analysis and Numerical Approximation of a Class of Two-Way Diffusions,

(83) On-line Inference for Hidden Markov Models via Particle Filters,

(84) General principles in sequential Monte Carlo methods,

(85) Faster algorithms for delta, gamma-matching and related problems,

(86) On-line inference for data streams,

(87) Selection does make a difference,

(88) Simple deterministic wildcard matching,

(89) Self-normalised distance with don’t cares,

(90) Efficient l_{alpha} distance approximation for high dimensional data using alpha-stable projection,

(91) History-dependent random processes,

(92) A statistical analysis of probabilistic counting algorithms,

(93) Pattern matching under polynomial transformation,

(94) A simple sketching algorithm for entropy estimation over streaming data,

(95) R: Classical boson sampling,

(96) The classical complexity of boson sampling,

(97) Plenary talk: Classical boson sampling algorithms and the outlook for experimental boson sampling,

Building Robust Simulation-based Filters for Evolving Data Sets, (with J. Carpenter and P. Fearnhead).

A Metropolis sampler for the reconstruction of polygonal images, (with G.K. Nicholls).

Comparison of Birth and Death and Metropolis-Hastings Markov Chain Monte Carlo for the Strauss Process, (with G.K. Nicholls).

Classification of a Markov Chain on Straight Edged Triangulations, (with G.K. Nicholls).

On the Tjøstheim representation for spatial series, for J.Appl. Probab. .

Diffusion with strong drift, (with N.J.B. Green).

Exact likelihood methods for a class of diffusion-driven Cox processes, (with G. Wei).