Publications

T. E. Lee & M. J. Baines. (2013) A large time-step implicit moving mesh scheme for moving boundary problems. Numerical Methods for Partial Differential Equations. In press.

C. J. Thompson, T. E. Lee, L. Stone, M. A. McCarthy & M. A. Burgman (2013). Inferring extinction risks from sighting records. Journal of Theoretical Biology, 338, 16-22.

T. E. Lee, M. A. McCarthy, B. A. Wintle, M. Bode, D. L. Roberts & M. A. Burgman (2013). Inferring extinctions from sighting records of variable reliability. Journal of Applied Ecology. DOI: 10.1111/1365-2664.12144

T. E. LeeM. J. Baines, S. Langdon & M. J. Tindall (2013). A moving mesh approach for modelling avascular tumour growth. Applied Numerical Mathematics72, 99-114.

C. J. Thompson, T. E. Lee & M. A. McCarthy. Species distributions and area relationships. Journal of Theoretical Biology. Submitted.

C. J. Thompson, T. E. Lee & M. A. McCarthy. Allometric scaling laws for body mass. American Naturalist. Submitted.

C. F. Clements, T. E. Lee & M. A. McCarthy. An experimental test of a Bayesian method for inferring extinction. Drafted.

T. E. Lee, S. Blomberg, D. Fisher & B. Wintle. Using a cure rate model to determine Lazarus species. Drafted.

T. E. Lee, C. J. Thompson, L. Stone, S. Butchart & M. A. Burgman. An easy tool for modelling extinction from sighting records. Drafted.

T. E. Lee, M. J. Baines & S. Langdon. A moving mesh approach for modelling time-dependent partial differential equations. Applied Numerical Mathematics. Drafted

Z. Stoyanov, B. Chakrabartiz, G. Smith, P. Grindrod, D. Greetham, D. Saddy, T. E. Lee & T. Johnston. High resolution communicability measures of performance across fMRI data from human brains. Drafted

T. E. Lee (2011) Modelling time-dependent partial differential equations using a moving mesh approach based on conservation. Phd thesis.

T. E. Lee (2007) New methods for approximating acoustic wave transmission through ducts. MSc thesis.

T. E. Lee (2005) Fourier Analysis and Wavelets. BSc Hons thesis.

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