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Prof. James Andrew Bangham

Manually compiled (and perhaps a little scatty) list. Boldface journal names signal the more interesting papers, blue is used for the more important.

    (A) Computational Biology: Understanding and modelling growth

  1. Katie Abley, Pierre Barbier De Reuille*, David Strutt, Andrew Bangham*, Przemyslaw Prusinkiewicz, Athanasius F. M. Marée, Verônica A. Grieneisen, and Enrico Coen. (2013) HYPOTHESIS : An intracellular partitioning-based framework for tissue cell polarity in plants and animals Development 2013 140:2061-2074; doi:10.1242/dev.062984 (13 pages + supplementary 19 pages)(Journal impact factor 7)
  2. Susanna Sauret-Güeto,Katharina Schiessl,Andrew Bangham,Robert Sablowski,Enrico Coen (2013) JAGGED Controls Arabidopsis Petal Growth and Shape by Interacting with a Divergent Polarity Field. PLoS Biol 11(4): e1001550. doi:10.1371/journal.pbio.1001550
  3. Erika E. Kuchen, Samantha Fox, Pierre Barbier de Reuille*, Richard Kennaway*, Sandra Bensmihen, Jerome Avondo*, Grant M. Calder, Paul Southam*, Sarah Robinson, Andrew Bangham*, Enrico Coen (2012) Generation of Leaf Shape Through Early Patterns of Growth and Tissue Polarity. Science Vol. 335:1092-1096 DOI: 10.1126/science.1214678
  4. Kennaway, R, Coen, E, Green, A and Bangham, A (2011) Generation of diverse biological forms through combinatorial interactions between tissue polarity growth. PLoS Computational Biology, 7 (6). p. 22.
  5. Green, AA, Kennaway, R, Hanna, AI, Bangham, JA and Coen, E (2010) Genetic Control of Organ Shape and Tissue Polarity. 'PLoS Biology, 8 (11). e1000537. ISSN 1545-7885
  6. Coen, E, Rolland-Lagen, A-G, Matthews, M, Bangham, JA and Prusinkiewicz, P (2004) The genetics of geometry. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA, 101 (14). pp. 4728-4735. ISSN 0027-8424
  7. (B) Computational Biology: Analysing growth, shape and colour

  8. Feng, X, Wilson, Y, Bowers, J, Kennaway, R, Bangham, A, Hannah, A, Coen, E and Hudson, A (2009) Evolution of Allometry in Antirrhinum. Plant Cell, 21. pp. 2999-3007.
  9. Lee, K, Strasser, J, Avondo, J, Southam, P, Bangham, A and Coen, E (2009) Visualising plant growth and shape in 3D using optical projection tomography. Mechanisms of Development, 126 (1). S93.
  10. Bensmihen, S, Hanna, AI, Langlade, NB, Bangham, A and Coen, ES (2008) Mutational spaces for leaf shape and size. HFSP Journal, 2 (2). pp. 110-120.
  11. Lee, K, Avondo, J, Morrison, H, Blot, L, Stark, M, Sharpe, J, Bangham, A and Coen, E (2006) Visualizing Plant Development and Gene Expression in Three Dimensions Using Optical Projection Tomography. The Plant Cell, 18 (9). pp. 2145-2156. ISSN 1040-4651
  12. Whibley, AC, Langlade, NB, Andalo, C, Hanna, A, Bangham, A, Thébaud, C and Coen, E (2006) Evolutionary Paths Underlying Flower Color Variation in Antirrhinum. Science, 313 (5789). 963 - 966. ISSN 0036-8075
  13. Whibley, A.C., N.B. Langlade, C. Andalo, A.I. Hanna, A. Bangham, Thebaud, and E. Coen, Response to Comment on "Evolutionary Paths Underlying Flower Color Variation in Antirrhinum". Science, 2007. 315: p. 461b.
  14. Langlade, N, Feng, Z, Dransfield, T, Copsey, L, Hanna, A, Thébaud, C, Bangham, JA, Hudson, A and Coen, E (2005) Evolution through genetically controlled allometry space. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 102 (29). pp. 10221-10226. ISSN 1091-6490
  15. Rolland-Lagan, A-G, Coen, E, Impey, SJ and Bangham, JA (2005) A computational method for inferring growth parameters and shape changes during development based on clonal analysis. Journal of Theoretical Biology, 232 (2). pp. 157-177. ISSN 0022-5193
  16. Bangham, JA, de la Iglesia, B, Buratti, G and Montesi, D (2005) Data Model and Query Languages for Biological Databases. Multimedia Communications E-Letter of the IEEE Communications Society (2). pp. 7-10.
  17. Rolland-Lagan, A-G, Bangham, JA and Coen, E (2003) Growth dynamics underlying petal shape and asymmetry. Nature, 422. pp. 161-163. ISSN 0028-0836
  18. Southam, P, Strasser, J, Lee, K, Avondo, J and Bangham, A (2009) UFEEL: using haptics and stereo to place landmarks in three-dimensional volumetric images. In: IEEE.
  19. Impey, S. and J.A. Bangham. Variations in the morphological 'Top Hat' transform to improve the statistical robustness for analysing pigmented patches on flower petals. in SPIE Nonlinear signal processing conference. 1994.
  20. Impey, S. and J.A. Bangham. Improvements to the 'top hat' transform used for analysing pigmented patches on flower petals. in Signal Processing VII, 'Theories and applications. 1994.
  21. (C) Computer Vision: Analysing shapes, faces, lipreading and signing

  22. Theobald, B, Bangham, JA, Matthews, I and Cawley, GC (2004) Near-videorealistic synthetic talking faces: Implementation and evaluation. Speech Communication, 44 (1-4). pp. 127-140. ISSN 0167-6393
  23. Theobald, BJ, Kruse, SM, Bangham, JA and Cawley, GC (2003) Towards a low bandwidth talking face using appearance models. Image and Vision Computing, 21 (13-14). pp. 1117-1124. ISSN 0262-8856
  24. Matthews, I, Cootes, TF, Bangham, JA, Cox, SJ and Harvey, RW (2002) Extraction of Visual Features for Lipreading. IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence, 24 (2). pp. 198-213. ISSN 0162-8828
  25. Theobald, B, Bangham, JA, Kruse, S, Cawley, GC and Matthews, I (2001) Towards videorealistic synthetic visual speech. In: Uncertainty in Geometric Computations. The Kluwer International Series in Engineering and Computer Science, 704 . Kluwer Academic Publishers, pp. 175-184. ISBN 978-0-7923-7309-4
  26. Theobald, B, Cawley, G, Bangham, A and Matthews, I (2008) Comparing text-driven and speech-driven visual speech synthesisers. In: Interspeech.
  27. Theobald, B-J, Bangham, JA, Matthews, I and Cawley, GC (2003) Evaluating talking heads based on appearance models. In: Proceedings of the International Conference on Auditory-Visual Speech Processing (AVSP-2003), September 4-7, 2003, St. Jorioz, France.
  28. Theobald, BJ, Cawley, GC, Matthews, I and Bangham, JA (2003) Near-videorealistic synthetic visual speech using non-rigid appearance models. In: Proceedings of the IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing (ICASSP '03), 6-10 April 2003, Hong Kong, China.
  29. Theobald, B, Bangham, JA, Matthews, I and Cawley, GC (2002) Towards video realistic synthetic visual speech. In: IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing (ICASSP- 2002), 13-17 May 2002, Orlando, Florida.
  30. Theobald, B, Bangham, JA, Matthews, I and Cawley, GC (2001) Visual speech synthesis using statistical models of shape and appearance. In: International Conference on Auditory-Visual Speech Processing (AVSP-2001), September 7-9, 2001, Aalborg, Denmark.
  31. Bangham, JA, Cox, SJ, Elliott, R, Glauert, JRW, Marshall, I, Rankov, S and Wells, M (2000) Virtual Signing: Capture, Animation, Storage and Transmission - an overview of the ViSiCAST Project. In: IEE Colloquium on Speech and Language Processing for the Disabled and Elderly, 4 April 2000, London, UK.
  32. Bangham, JA, Cox, SJ, Lincoln, M, Marshall, I, Tutt, M and Wells, M (2000) Signing for the deaf using virtual humans. In: IEE Colloquium on Speech and Language processing for Disabled and Elderly.
  33. Pezeshkpour, F, Marshall, I, Elliott, R and Bangham, JA (1999) Development of a Legible Deaf Signing Virtual Human. In: IEEE International Conference on Multimedia Computing and Systems '99 (IEEE ICMCS '99), 07 Jun 1999 - 11 Jun 1999, Florence, Italy.
  34. Chan, Y, Harvey, RW and Bangham, JA (2000) Using colour features to block dubious images. In: European Signal Processing Conference (Eusipco).
  35. Matthews, I.A., J.A. Bangham, R.W. Harvey, and S.J. Cox. A Comparison of Active Shape Model and Scale Decomposition Based Features for Visual Speech Recognition. in European Conference on Computer Vision (GCCV). 1998. Freiburg: Springer-Verlag.
  36. Matthews, I.A., J.A. Bangham, R.W. Harvey, and S.J. Cox. Lip-reading using shape and scale. in Int. Conf on Auditory-Visual Speech Processing (AVSP'98). 1998. Terrigal, Australia. (Google Scholar citations 34)
  37. Matthews, I.A., J.A. Bangham, R.W. Harvey, and S.J. Cox. Non-linear Scale Decomposition Based Features for Visual Speech Recognition. in European Conference on Signal Processing (EUSIPCO'98). 1998. Rhodes.
  38. Matthews, I.A., J.A. Bangham, R.W. Harvey, and S.J. Cox. Subspace multiscale simplex ASMs for audio-visual speech recognition. in ICSLP Workshop on Audio-Visual Speech Processing. 1998. Sydney.
  39. Marshall, I., F. Pezeshkpour, J.A. Bangham, M. Wells, and R. Hughes. On the Real Time Elision of Text. in RIFRA '98 - International Workshop on Extraction, Filtering and Automatic Summarization. 1998.
  40. Harvey, R.W., I.A. Matthews, J.A. Bangham, and S.J. Cox. Lip reading from scale-space measurements. in IEEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition. 1997. Puerto Rico.
  41. (D) Computer Vision: Connected set morphology, non-linear filters

  42. Bangham, J.A., Data-Sieving Hydrophobicity Plots. Analytical Biochemistry, 1988. 174(1): p. 142-145.
  43. Yli-Harja, O, Koivisto, P, Bangham, JA, Cawley, GC, Harvey, RW and Shmulevich, I (2001) Simplified implementation of the recursive median sieve. Signal Processing, 81 (7). pp. 1565-1570. ISSN 0165-1684
  44. Moravec, K, Harvey, RW and Bangham, JA (2000) Scale trees for stereo vision. IEE Proceedings: Vision, Image and Signal Processing, 147 (4). pp. 363-370. ISSN 1350-245X
  45. Bangham, JA, Harvey, RW, Ling, PD and Aldridge, RV (1996) Morphological scale-space preserving transforms in many dimensions. The Journal of Electronic Imaging (JEI), 5 (3). pp. 283-299.
  46. Bangham, JA, Chardaire, P, Pye, CJ and Ling, PD (1996) Multiscale nonlinear decomposition: The sieve decomposition theorem. IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence, 18 (5). pp. 529-539. ISSN 0162-8828
  47. Bangham, JA, Ling, PD and Harvey, RW (1996) Scale-space from nonlinear filters. IEEE Trans. Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence, 18 (5). pp. 520-528.
  48. Bangham, JA, Ling, P and Young, R (1996) Multiscale recursive medians, scale-space, and transforms with applications to image processing. IEEE Transactions on Image Processing, 5 (6). pp. 1043-1048. ISSN 1057-7149
  49. Bangham, JA, Campbell, TG and Aldridge, RV (1994) Multiscale Median and Morphological Filters for 2D Pattern Recognition. Signal Processing, 38 (3). pp. 387-415.
  50. Bangham, JA (1993) Properties of a Series of Nested Median Filters, Namely the Data Sieve. IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing(Robust filtering of one dimensional data.), 41 (1). pp. 31-42. ISSN 1053-587X
  51. Bangham, JA, Harvey, RW, Ling, PD and Aldridge, RV (1996) Nonlinear scale space from n-dimensional sieves. In: 4th European Conference on Computer Vision (ECCV '96). Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 1064 . Springer, Berlin / Heidelberg, pp. 189-198. ISBN 3-540-61122-3
  52. Bangham, JA, Gibson, SE and Harvey, RW (2003) The Art of Scale-Space. In: British Machine Vision Conference, 9th-11th September 2003, University of East Anglia, Norwich, UK.
  53. Fisher, MH, Mandic, DP, Bangham, JA and Harvey, RW (2000) Visualising error surfaces for adaptive filters and other purposes. In: IEEE International Conference Acoustics Speech and Signal Processing, ICASSP2000, 05 Jun 2000 - 09 Jun 2000, Istanbul, Turkey.
  54. Bangham, JA, Harvey, RW and Tattersall, G (1998) Recognition of image patterns generated by a stochastic object-replacement model. In: IEEE Conference on Image Processing, 4-7 Oct 1998 , Chicago, IL .
  55. Bangham, JA, Ling, PD and Harvey, RW (1995) Scale space from Nonlinear filters. In: Fifth Internation Conference on Computer Vision, 20 Jun 1995 - 23 Jun 1995, Cambridge, MA, USA.
  56. Chardaire, P, Bangham, JA, Pye, CJ and Wu, DQ (1994) Properties of multiscale morphological filters namely the morphology decomposition theorem. In: SPIE Nonlinear signal processing.
  57. Pye, CJ and Bangham, JA (1994) 2D pattern recognition using 1D sieves based on alternating sequential, root median and self-dual filters. In: Signal Processing VII, 'Theories and applications' (EUSIPCO-94), 13-16 Sept 1994, Edinburgh, UK.
  58. Bangham, JA and Aldridge, RV (1993) Multiscale decomposition using median and morphological filters. In: IEEE Winter Workshop on Nonlinear Digital Signal Processing, Jan. 17-20, 1993.
  59. Aldridge, RV, Bangham, JA and Campbell, TG (1993) Decomposition of signals by scale using non-linear filters. In: A workshop on the applications of wavelet transforms in image processing, IEE.
  60. Bangham, JA and Campbell, TG (1993) Sieves and wavelets: multiscale transforms for pattern recognition. In: IEEE Winter Workshop on Nonlinear Digital Signal Processing, Jan. 17-20, 1993.
  61. Bangham, J.A., J. Ruiz-Hidalgo, and R.W. Harvey. Robust morphological scale-space trees. in Proc. Noblesse Workshop on Non-Linear Model-Based Image Analysis (NMBIA'98). 1998. Glasgow.
  62. Bangham, J.A., J. Ruiz-Hidalgo, R.W. Harvey, and G.C. Cawley. The Segmentation of Images Using Scale-Space Trees. in British Machine Vision Conference (BMVC-98). 1998. Southampton, U.K.
  63. Dearnley, P.A., D.J. Smith, J.A. Bangham, and L.R. Keele. Telemedicine in the Care of the Elderly: the application of information systems and image processing to the management of leg ulcers. in Proc. Healthcare Computing '98. 1998: BJHC Ltd.
  64. Dearnley, P.A., D.J. Smith, J.A. Bangham, R. Keele, and S. Godward. Networked Information in the Care of the Elderly: the application of information systems and image processing technologies to the management of leg ulcers. in Proc. Healthcare Computing '98. 1998.
  65. Harvey, R.W., A. Bosson, and J.A. Bangham. One dimensional scale-space preserving filters. in Proc. European Conference on Signal Processing (EUSIPCO'98). 1998. Rhodes.
  66. Harvey, R.W., K. Moravec, and J.A. Bangham. Stereo Vision via connected-set operators. in Proc. European Signal Processing Conference. 1998. Rhodes.
  67. Moravec, K., R.W. Harvey, and J.A. Bangham. Connected-set filters to improve and obtain stereo disparity maps. in British Machine Vision Conference. 1998.
  68. Bosson, A., R.W. Harvey, and J.A. Bangham. Scale-space processors: are they robust to noise and occlusion? in IEE Colloquium on Pattern Recognition. 1997.
  69. Cox, S.J., I.A. Matthews, and J.A. Bangham. Combining noise compensation with visual information in speech recognition. in ESCA/ESCOP Workshop on Audio-Visual Speech Processing. 1997. Rhodes. (Google Scholar citations 24)
  70. Dearnley, P.A., D.J. Smith, J.A. Bangham, L.R. Keele, and S. Godard. Networked Multimedia Information Systems for the Care of the Elderly. in Proc. MEDNET'97: World Congress on the Internet in Medicine. 1997. Brighton.
  71. Harvey, R.W., J.A. Bangham, and A. Bosson. Scale-space filters and their robustness. in Scale-Space Theory in Computer Vision. 1997.
  72. Harvey, R.W., A. Bosson, and J.A. Bangham. The robustness of some scale-spaces. in Proc. British Machine Vision Conference. 1997.
  73. Harvey, R.W., S. King, R.V. Aldridge, and J.A. Bangham. Comparing image resamplers via a model of the human vision system. in Proc. British Machine Vision Conference. 1997.
  74. Razaz, M., J.A. Bangham, R.A. Lee, and R.W. Harvey. Segmentation of optical microscope images. in Proc. IEEE International Conference on Nonlinear Signal. and Image Processing (NSIP). 1997.
  75. Smith, D.J., P.A. Dearnley, J.A. Bangham, and L.R. Keele. Networked Information in the Care of the Elderly ; telemedicine and image processing technologies inthe management of leg ulcers. in Proc. MedNet '97. 1997.
  76. Bangham, J.A., R.W. Harvey, P.D. Ling, and R.V. Aldridge. Non-linear scale space from n-dimensional sieves. in European Conference on Computer Vision, EECV-96. 1996.
  77. Bangham, J.A., R.W. Harvey, P.D. Ling, and R.V. Aldridge, Morphological scale-space preserving transforms in many dimensions. Journal of Electronic Imaging, 1996. 5(3): p. 283-299.
  78. Bangham, J.A., P. Ling, and R. Young, Multiscale recursive medians, scale-space, and transforms with applications to image processing. IEEE Transactions on Image Processing, 1996. 5(6): p. 1043-1048.
  79. Bangham, J.A., P.D. Ling, and R.W. Harvey, Scale-space from nonlinear filters. IEEE Trans. Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence, 1996. 18(5): p. 520--528.
  80. Bangham, J.A. and F.W.D. Woodhams. Improved Width measurement using line scan cameras. in SPIE Proceedings Nonlinear Image Processing VII. 1996.
  81. Harvey, R.W., A. Bosson, and J.A. Bangham. A comparison of linear and non-linear scale-space filters in noise. in Signal Processing VIII. 1996.
  82. Impey, S.J. and J.A. Bangham. Pattern recognition by area decomposition of HSV components. in Signal Processing VIII. 1996.
  83. Matthews, I.A., J.A. Bangham, and S.J. Cox. Scale Based Features for Audio-visual Speech Recognition. in IEE Colloquium on Integrated Audio-Visual Processing. 1996.
  84. Pye, J. and J.A. Bangham. A fast algorithm for morphological erosion and dilation. in Signal Processing VIII. 1996.
  85. Bangham, J.A., P.D. Ling, and R.W. Harvey. Scale space from Nonlinear filters. in ICCV95. 1995.
  86. Harvey, R.W., J.A. Bangham, R.V. Aldridge, and G.D. Tattersall. Standardisation of linear and non-linear filters using numerical methods. in Proc IEEE Workshop on non-linear signal and image processing. 1995.
  87. Harvey, R.W., J.A. Bangham, R.V. Aldridge, and G.D. Tattersall. Information reduction by linear and non-linear filters. in IEEE International Conference on non-linear signal processing. 1995. Greece.
  88. Impey, S., B. Dobrin, M. Gabbouj , and J.A. Bangham. Multiscale watersheds and pattern recognition in images. in SPIE Proc. Nonlinear Image Processing. 1995. San Jose.
  89. Tamsett, D. and J.A. Bangham. Vector medians. in IEEE Workshop on nonlinear signal and image processing. 1995.
  90. Bangham, J.A., T.G. Campbell, and R.V. Aldridge, Multiscale Median and Morphological Filters for 2D Pattern- Recognition. Signal Processing, 1994. 38(3): p. 387-415.
  91. Bangham, J.A., S. Impey, and F.W.D. Woodhams. A Fast 1D Sieve Transform for Multiscale Signal Decomposition. in Signal Processing VII, 'Theories and applications. 1994.
  92. Chardaire, P., J.A. Bangham, C.J. Pye, and D.Q. Wu. Properties of multiscale morphological filters namely the morphology decomposition theorem. in SPIE Nonlinear signal processing. 1994.
  93. Pye, C.J. and J.A. Bangham. 2D pattern recognition using 1D multiscale sieve decomposition. in Signal Processing VII, 'Theories and applications'. 1994.
  94. Pye, C.J., J.A. Bangham, and R.W. Harvey. Using a Genetic Algorithms to adapt 1D nonlinear matched sieves for pattern classification in images. in Genetic Algorithms in Image Processing and Vision, IEE Colloquium. 1994.
  95. Young, R., J.A. Bangham, and N.L. Bragg, Alternative datasieve fast algorithm/signal processing. 1994.
  96. Young, R., J.A. Bangham, and N.L. Bragg, Datasieve using a recursive ordinal filter/improved data processing method and apparatus. Priority 1994. 1994.
  97. Young, R., N.L. Bragg, and J.A. Bangham, Improved Sensor/integrated camera and datasieve. 1994.
  98. Aldridge, R.V., J.A. Bangham, and T.G. Campbell. Decomposition of signals by scale using non-linear filters. in A workshop on the applications of wavelet transforms in image processing, IEE. 1993. London.
  99. Bangham, J.A. and R.V. Aldridge. Multiscale decomposition using median and morphological filters. in IEEE Workshop on non-linear signal processing. 1993. Tampere, Finland.
  100. Bangham, J.A. and T.G. Campbell. Sieves and wavelets: multiscale transforms for image interpretation. in Proceedings IEEE Workshop on Nonlinear Signal Processing. 1993. Tampere Finland.
  101. Bangham, J.A. and R. Young, pending Improvements to datasieve, high speed method. Pirority 1993. 1993.
  102. Impey, S., J.A. Bangham, and C.J. Pye. Multiscale 1 and 2D signal decomposition using median and morphological filters. in Workshop on Mathematical Morphology and its Applications. 1993.
  103. Pye, C.J., J.A. Bangham, S. Impey, and R.V. Aldridge. 2D pattern recognition using multiscale median and morphological filters. in Image Processing: Theory and applications. 1993. San Remo. (Google Scholar citations 24)
  104. Salembier, P., J. Serra, and J.A. Bangham. Edge versus contrast estimation of morphological filters. in Proceedings of International IEEE conference on Acoustics, Speech, and Signal Processing, ICASSP-93. 1993.
  105. Bangham, J.A. Using the root datasieve to recognise and locate patterns in a data sequence. in Proceedings European Signal Processing Conference. 1992. Brussels.
  106. J.A. Bangham, T.G. Campbell and M. Gabbouj, "The Quality of Edge Preservation by Non-Linear Filters," Proceedings 1992 IEEE Workshop on Visual Signal Processing and Communications, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, North Carolina, September 2-3, 1992, pp. 36-39.
  107. Bangham, J.A. Properties of an improved variant on the median filter. in Communication, Control and Signal Processing. 1990. Ankara: Elsevier press.

  108. (E) Computational Biology: Electrophysiology, filtering and modelling

  109. Kiranadi, B., J.A. Bangham, and P.A. Smith, Inhibition of Electrical-Activity in Mouse Pancreatic Beta- Cells by the Atp/Adp Translocase Inhibitor, Bongkrekic Acid. Febs Letters, 1991. 283(1): p. 93-96.
  110. Morgan-Hughes, J.O. and J.A. Bangham, Pre-Induction Behavior of Children - a Review of Placebo- Controlled Trials of Sedatives. Anaesthesia, 1990. 45(6): p. 427-435.
  111. Bangham, J.A. and P.A. Smith, Nonconforming Action-Potentials from Isolated Mouse Islets of Langerhans. Journal of Physiology-London, 1987. 392: p. P15-P15.
  112. Bangham, J.A., P.A. Smith, and P.C. Croghan, Modelling to highlight the relation between ß-cell electrical activity and intracellular calcium concentration. Adv Exp Med Biol, 1986. 211: p. 265-278.
  113. Croghan, P.C., C.M. Dawson, A.M. Scott, and J.A. Bangham, Contribution of isotope flux studies to understanding the mechanism of the ß-cell membrane. Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology, 1986. 211: p. 207-223.
  114. Dawson, C.M., P.C. Croghan, A.M. Scott, and J.A. Bangham, Potassium and rubidium permeability and potassium conductance of the ß-cell membrane in mouse islets of Langerhans. Quart. J. exp. Physiol., 1986. 71: p. 205-222.
  115. Smith, P.A. and J.A. Bangham, Effect of partly replacing sodium by lithium on ß-cell electrical activity. Diabetic Medicine, 1986. 2.
  116. Dawson, C.M., A. Scott, J.A. Bangham, and P.C. Croghan, The relationship between potassium permeability and insulin release from normal and ob/ob (Norwich colony) mice. Diabetic Medicine, 1985. 2: p. 327A.
  117. Jacob, T.J.C., J.A. Bangham, and G. Duncan, Characterization of a Cation Channel on the Apical Surface of the Frog Lens Epithelium. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Physiology and Cognate Medical Sciences, 1985. 70(3): p. 403-421.
  118. Dawson, C.M., P.C. Croghan, A.M. Scott, and J.A. Bangham, A direct comparison of K+ and Rb+ efflux in normal mouse islets. Diabetologia, 1984. 27: p. 267A.
  119. Eddlestone, G.T., A. Goncalves, J.A. Bangham, and E. Rojas, Electrical Coupling between Cells in Islets of Langerhans from Mouse. Journal of Membrane Biology, 1984. 77(1): p. 1-14.
  120. Meda, P., I. Atwater, A. Goncalves, J.A. Bangham, L. Orci, and E. Rojas, The topography of electrical synchrony among ß-cells in the mouse islet of Langerhans. Quart.J. exp. Physiol., 1984. 69: p. 719-735.
  121. Scott, A.M., J.A. Bangham, C.M. Dawson, and P.C. Croghan, Insulin Output, Ion Flux and Electrical Measurements Show That Mouse Islets Distinguish Fast from Slow Changes of Glucose- Concentration. Diabetologia, 1984. 27(2): p. A330-A330.
  122. Bangham, J.A. and E.E. Rojas, Nad(P)H Fluorescence from Single Islets. Diabetologia, 1981. 21(3): p. 245-246.
  123. Eddlestone, G.T., E. Rojas, A. Goncalves, and J.A. Bangham, The effects of lowering the internal pH on pancreatic ß-cell glucose induced electrical activity. Diabetologia, 1981. 21: p. 267-.
  124. Bangham, J.A., A plausible method for impaling red cells or other small freely suspended cells. J. Physiol., 1979. 291: p. 14.
  125. Bangham, J.A., P.B. Pynsent, and E. Rojas, Voltage dependency of the membrane capacity in giant axons from Loligo forbesi. J. Physiol., 1979. 291: p. 70.
  126. Bangham, J.A. and E.J.A. Lea, The interaction of detergents with bilayer lipid membranes. Biochim. Biophys. Acta, 1978. 511: p. 388-396.
  127. Harris, E.J., Bangham J.A., and B. Zukovic, Equilibration of chloride and pyruvate distributions between liver mitochondria and medium mediated by organo-tin salts. Febs. Let., 1973. 29: p. 339-.
  128. Harris, E.J., J.A. Bangham, and J. Wimhurst, The dependence on energy and K ions of the accumulation of glutamate by rat liver mitochondria. Arch. B.B., 1973. 158: p. 236.
  129. Harris, E.J. and J.A. Bangham, Titration of mitochondrial buffer by accumulated anions. J. Memb. Biol., 1972. 9: p. 141-.
  130. Harris, E.J., C. Tate, J.R. Manger, and J.A. Bangham, The effects of colloids on the appearance and substrate permeability of rat liver mitochondria. J. Bioenergetics, 1971. 2: p. 221-.
  131. Andreoli, T.E., J.A. Bangham, and D.C. Tosteson, The formation and properties of thin lipid membranes from HK and LK sheep red cell lipids.J. Gen. Physiol(my first paper published during my first year as an undergraduate) ., 1968. 50: p. 1729.
  132. (F) Computer Vision: Patents relating to connected set morphological filters

  133. Bangham, J.A., Improvements in and relating to electrical signal filtering: median filter or data-sieve. 1988.
  134. Bangham, J.A., R. Young, and N.L. Bragg, Signal Processing System Priority 1995.
  135. Cambridge Consultants Limited (2000) Data processing method and apparatus. 6081617.
  136. Cambridge Consultants Limited (1999) Pulse analysis using ordinal value filtering. 5917733.
  137. Cambridge Consultants Limited (1999) Data processing method and apparatus. 5912826.
  138. (G) Computer control, measurement and commercial software

  139. Courtenay, A and Bangham, JA (2004) ArtMaster (software). Fo2Pix Ltd, Cambridge. (sold 67,000 licences)
  140. Bangham, J.A. and T.J.C. Jacob, Channel Recognition Using an Online Hardware Filter. Journal of Physiology-London, 1984. 357(DEC): p. P5-P5.
  141. Bangham, J.A. and M. Symmons, Microcomputers to Control the Ph of Growing Microorganisms. Biochemical Society Transactions, 1984. 12(6): p. 993-996.
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  144. Bangham, J.A., SoftOscilloscope: digital storage oscilloscope for electrophysiology using BBC Micro. 1987, Elsevier Press.
  145. Bangham, J.A. and S. Payne, Overlay BASIC: utility extending the scope of BBC BASIC. 1987, Biosoft: Cambridge.
  146. Bangham, J.A., Data analysis and teaching with microcomputers: software tools. J. Physiol., 1986. S5: p. 71P.
  147. Bangham, J.A., Statstream: software for computing statistics for undergraduates on the Apple II. 1985, Elsevier Press. (This pseudo-windows style software sold well, I think it was the function fitting routines that were most used, and we used it for years for undergraduate teaching.)
  148. Bangham, J.A., GRASP: Graphically Represented Analogue Simulation Package. 1980, UEA. p. A 'Bond-graph' interpreter for the analysis and simulation of multiport systems (see Karnopp, D. and Rosenberg, R.C, 1968). GRASP facilitates simulation of ordinary differential equations. Although it is usually interactive and interprets statements on the fly, it can also compile the model by generating a FORTRAN IV intermediate. GRASP bears some resemblance to ISL (from QMC and W), TUTSIM (a bond graph interpreter developed in Twente University, Holland) and the more widely known SPICE. Written in FORTRAN IV, this package was developed in conjunction with Dr. F.Evans (QMC & W) and Dr. M. Hill (AFRC Babraham). Designed for biological problems it was actually used to design a 2 megaWatt dredger motor control system for Laurence, Scott and Electromotors Norwich. (I needed the money to run my biological research program. The program ran interactively on one of the two UEA ICL1900 computers. It needed the whole computer (all 132 KB of 24 bit memory ICL 1900
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  150. BANGHAM, J.A. & LODER (1983). Superscribe II review. Personal Computer World.
  151. BANGHAM, J.A. (1983). Apples and Pairs, a review of Structured BASIC for the Apple II. Personal Computer World 6/11 220-223.
  152. BANGHAM, J.A. (1984). Array passing procedures. Personal Computer World 7/7 208-210.
  153. BANGHAM, J.A. (1984). To serve and obey. Personal Computer World 7/9 136-142.
  154. BANGHAM, J.A. (1984). Snap, review. Personal Computer World 7/8. (The sensor of this little camera was a RAM chip with a window instead of a lid. The two silicon slices were separate leaving a gap across the middle of the image. But connected to an Apple II or BBC B it was a real-time camera.)
  155. BANGHAM, J.A. & PAYNE, S. (1984). Controlling servo-motors. Home computer advanced course 46 912-914.
  156. Part 2 47 923-925.
  157. BANGHAM, J.A. & FULTON, D. (1985). Build a robot arm. Home computer advanced course 56, Home computer advanced course 55: (First ‘part work’ to sell more than 1 million copies.)
  158. Part 2 56.
  159. Part 3 57.
  160. Part 4 58.
  161. Part 5 59.
  162. Part 6 62.
  163. BANGHAM, J.A (1987) Introduction to computing: Microcomputers and Word processors. in Pears Cycopaedia 96th edition. Ed. C.Cook.
  164. BANGHAM, J.A (1994) Sieving images for Understanding. in Image Processing magazine.
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