Mark O'Neill
Mark O'Neill
Technical Director at Tumbling Dice Ltd
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Anatomical connectivity defines the organization of clusters of cortical areas in the macaque and the cat
CC Hilgetag, MPY Gully A. P. C. Burns, Mark A. O'Neill, Jack W. Scannell
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London B: Biological …, 2000
6022000
The Connectional Organization of the Cortico-thalamic System of the Cat
JW Scannell, GAPC Burns, CC Hilgetag, MA O'Neill, MP Young
Cerebral Cortex 9 (3), 227-299, 1999
4731999
Automated species identification: why not?
KJ Gaston, MA O'Neill
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London B: Biological …, 2004
4172004
Computational analysis of functional connectivity between areas of primate cerebral cortex
KE Stephan, CC Hilgetag, GAPC Burns, MA O'Neill, MPYR Kotter
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London B: Biological …, 2000
3002000
Indeterminate organization of the visual systemon hierarchies: Response to hilgetag et al. rejoinder: Further commentary: Determinate or indeterminate organization
CC Hilgetag, DC Van Essen, MA O'Neill, MP Young, DJ Felleman
Science 271 (5250), 776-776, 1996
2251996
Hierarchical organization of the macaque and cat cortical sensory systems explored with a novel network processor
CC Hilgetag, MA O'Neill, MP Young
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London B: Biological …, 2000
1752000
Automating insect identification: exploring the limitations of a prototype system
PJD Weeks, MA O'Neill, IDG Kevin J. Gaston
Journal of Applied Entomology 123 (1), 1-64, 1999
1201999
Automated identification of live moths (Macrolepidoptera) using digital automated identification system (DAISY)
AT Watson, MA O'Neill, IJ Kitching
Systematics and Biodiversity 1 (3), 287-300, 2003
1152003
Non-metric multidimensional scaling in the analysis of neuroanatomical connection data and the organization of the primate cortical visual system
MP Young, JW Scannell, MA O'Neill, CC Hilgetag, GAPC Burns, ...
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London B: Biological …, 1995
1111995
Automating the identification of insects: a new solution to an old problem
PJD Weeks, ID Gauld, KJ Gaston, MA O'Neill
Bulletin of Entomological Research 87 (2), 203-211, 1997
781997
Species-identification of wasps using principal component associative memories
PJD Weeks, MA O'Neill, KJ Gaston, ID Gauld
Image and Vision Computing 17 (12), 861-866, 1999
661999
Faster than fast Fourier
MA O'Neill
Byte 13 (4), 293-300, 1988
491988
Automated system for coarse-to-fine pyramidal area correlation stereo matching
M O'Neill, M Denos
Image and Vision Computing 14 (3), 225-236, 1996
411996
DAISY: an automated inverbrate identification system using holistic vision techniques
MA O'Neill
Inaugural Meeting of BioNET-International Group for Computer Aided Taxonomy …, 1997
391997
DAISY: An Automated Invertebrate Identification System Using Holistic Vision Techniques
MA O'Neill, ID Gauld, PW J. G. Kevin
Proceedings of the inaugural meeting of the BioNet-International Group for …, 1997
391997
DAISY: A Practical Computer-Based Tool for Semi-Automated Species Identification
MA O Neill
Systematics Association Special Volume 74, 101, 2007
362007
Driving Miss DAISY: the performance of an automated insect identification system
ID Gauld, MA O'Neill, KJ Gaston
Hymenoptera: Evolution, Biodiversity and Biological Control, 303-312, 2000
352000
Method and apparatus for identifying components of a network having high importance for network integrity
MP Young, PE Andras, MA O'neill
US Patent 7,466,663, 2008
282008
Method and apparatus for identifying components of a network having high importance for network integrity
MP Young, PE Andras, MA O'Neill
US Patent 7,466,663, 2008
282008
A Comparison Between Morphometric and Artificial Neural Net Approaches to the Automated Species-Recognition Problem in Systematics
N MacLeod, M O'Neill, SA Walsh
Biodiversity databases : from cottage industry to industrial networks, 2007
25*2007
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