Andras Lab

Website of the lab of Professor Peter Andras

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  1. Briggs, C, Fan, Z, Andras, P (2021). Federated Learning for Short-term Residential Energy Demand Forecasting.

  2. Steyn, J, Andras, P (2015). Analysis of the dynamics of temporal relationships of neural activities using optical imaging data. School of Computing Science Technical Report Series 1477, Newcastle University.  

  3. Pakhira, A, Andras, P (2011). Validation of network analysis methods applied in the context of dynamic analysis of software systems. School of Computing Science Technical Report Series 1240.

  4. Pakhira, A, Andras, P (2011). Dynamic network analysis of software systems. School of Computing Science Technical Report Series 1239.

  5. Charlton BG, Andras P (2008). ‘Down-shifting’ among top UK scientists? – The decline of ‘revolutionary science’ and the rise of ‘normal science’ in the UK compared with the USA. Medical Hypotheses, 70, 465-472.

  6. Andras, P., Herald, N.D.J. and Charlton, B.G. (2007). An analysis of the dynamics of British academic science. CS-TR-1006, School of Computing Science, University of Newcastle, UK.

  7. Andras, P, and Andras, CD (2006). The protein interaction world hypothesis of the origins of life. Viva Origino, 34: 40-50.

  8. Charlton BG, Andras P (2006). Oxbridge versus the 'Ivy League": 30 year citation trends. Oxford Magazine, 255: 16-17.

  9. Charlton B, Andras P (2006). Reply to May and Harvey. Oxford Magazine, 255: 18-19.

  10. Charlton BG, Andras P (2006). Globalization in science education: An inevitable and beneficial trend. Medical Hypotheses, 66: 869-873.

  11. Charlton BG, Andras P (2005). The Need for a New Specialist Professional Research System of “Pure” Medical Science. PLoS Medicine 2(8): e285.

  12. Charlton, BG and Andras, P (2005). Medical research funding may have over-expanded and be due for collapse. Quarterly Journal of Medicine, vol.98, no.1., pp.53-55.

  13. Andras P. and Charlton B.G. (2004). European Science must Embrace Modernization. Nature, vol.429, pp.699.

  14. Charlton, BG and Andras, P (2004). Campaign to revitalise academic medicine - Is the bubble due to burst for medical research funding? British Medical Journal, 329, 294-294.

  15. Andras, P. (2004) A model for emergent chaotic order in small neural networks. CS-TR-860, School of Computing Science, University of Newcastle, UK.

  16. Andras, P., Kozma, R., and Erdi, P (2003). Editorial - Special Issue: Complex Nonlinear Neural Dynamics: Experimental Advances and Theoretical Interpretations. Journal of Integrative Neuroscience, vol.2., no.1., pp. 1-2.

  17. Sandor, Z. and Andras, P. (2003). Alternative Sampling Methods for Estimating Multivariate Normal Probabilities. Econometric Institute Report No 305, Erasmus University Rotterdam, Econometric Institute, Rotterdam, Netherlands.

  18. Andras, P. and Charlton, B.G. (2002). Hype and Spin in Universities. Oxford Magazine, April 2002, no.202, pp.5-6.

  19. Andras, P. and Charlton, B.G. (2002). Hype and Spin in the NHS. British Journal of General Practice, vol. 52., no.479, pp.520-521.

  20. Andras, P. and Charlton, B.G. (2002). Commentary on ‘Clinical Evaluation’ by Sweeney and Kernick. Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice, vol.8., no.2.

  21. Andras, P (2000). Long-term perspectives for thinking about internal elections. Magyar Kisebbseg (Hungarian Minority), 5 (1): 3-8. (in Hungarian)

  22. András P. (1996). Increasing the Performance of Artificial Neural Networks Using Fuzzy Data. Preprint of Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, Babes-Bolyai University, Cluj, Romania, pp.7-21.

  23. András P. (1996). The Structure of the Agent Programs. PC Report - Romania, Targu Mures, Romania (in Romanian)

  24. András P. (1996). The Minority Question - A Game Theory and Micro Economic Approach. Web - The Journal of the Max Weber Special Sociology College, Cluj, Romania, no.1., pp.56-74.