Michael G Grant
Michael G Grant
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On a large sequence-based human gait database
JD Shutler, MG Grant, MS Nixon, JN Carter
Applications and Science in Soft Computing, 339-346, 2004
Forensic human identification: An introduction
T Thompson, S Black
CRC press, 2006
Big data analytics for earth sciences: the earthserver approach
P Baumann, P Mazzetti, J Ungar, R Barbera, D Barboni, A Beccati, ...
International Journal of Digital Earth 9 (1), 3-29, 2016
The Ocean Colour Climate Change Initiative: III. A round-robin comparison on in-water bio-optical algorithms
RJW Brewin, S Sathyendranath, D Müller, C Brockmann, PY Deschamps, ...
Remote Sensing of Environment 162, 271-294, 2015
New advances in automatic gait recognition
MS Nixon, JN Carter, JD Shutler, MG Grant
Information Security Technical Report 7 (4), 23-35, 2002
Automatic recognition by gait: progress and prospects
MS Nixon, JN Carter, MG Grant, L Gordon, JB Hayfron-Acquah
Sensor Review 23 (4), 323-331, 2003
A compilation of global bio-optical in situ data for ocean-colour satellite applications
A Valente, S Sathyendranath, V Brotas, S Groom, M Grant, M Taberner, ...
Earth System Science Data 8 (1), 235-252, 2016
The Ocean Colour Climate Change Initiative: I. A methodology for assessing atmospheric correction processors based on in-situ measurements
D Müller, H Krasemann, RJW Brewin, C Brockmann, PY Deschamps, ...
Remote Sensing of Environment 162, 242-256, 2015
WPS orchestration using the Taverna workbench: The eScience approach
J de Jesus, P Walker, M Grant, S Groom
Computers & Geosciences 47, 75-86, 2012
Assessing the fitness-for-purpose of satellite multi-mission ocean color climate data records: A protocol applied to OC-CCI chlorophyll-a data
F Mélin, V Vantrepotte, A Chuprin, M Grant, T Jackson, S Sathyendranath
Remote sensing of environment 203, 139-151, 2017
Evaluating the ability of a hydrodynamic ecosystem model to capture inter- and intra-annual spatial characteristics of chlorophyll-a in the north east Atlantic
JD Shutler, TJ Smyth, S Saux-Picart, SL Wakelin, P Hyder, P Orekhov, ...
Journal of Marine Systems 88 (2), 169-182, 2011
Experimental plan for automatic gait recognition
M Nixon, J Carter, J Shutler, M Grant
Technical Report University of Southampton, 2001
An adaptive approach to detect high-biomass algal blooms from EO chlorophyll-a data in support of harmful algal bloom monitoring
JD Shutler, K Davidson, PI Miller, SC Swan, MG Grant, E Bresnan
Remote sensing letters 3 (2), 101-110, 2012
Extracting moving shapes by evidence gathering
MG Grant, MS Nixon, PH Lewis
Pattern Recognition 35 (5), 1099-1114, 2002
Assessment of MERIS reflectance data as processed with SeaDAS over the European seas
F Mélin, G Zibordi, JF Berthon, S Bailey, B Franz, K Voss, S Flora, M Grant
Optics express 19 (25), 25657-25671, 2011
ESA ocean colour climate change initiative (ocean− colour− cci): Version 1.0 data
S Sathyendranath, S Groom, M Grant, R Brewin, A Thompson, A Chuprin, ...
Centre Environ. Data Anal, 2016
Coccolithophore bloom detection in the north east Atlantic using SeaWiFS: Algorithm description, application and sensitivity analysis
JD Shutler, MG Grant, PI Miller, E Rushton, K Anderson
Remote Sensing of Environment 114 (5), 1008-1016, 2010
An Ocean-Colour Time Series for Use in Climate Studies: The Experience of the Ocean-Colour Climate Change Initiative (OC-CCI)
S Sathyendranath, RJW Brewin, C Brockmann, V Brotas, B Calton, ...
Sensors 19 (19), 4285, 2019
On the temporal consistency of chlorophyll products derived from three ocean-colour sensors
RJW Brewin, F Mélin, S Sathyendranath, F Steinmetz, A Chuprin, M Grant
ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing 97, 171-184, 2014
The Ocean Colour Climate Change Initiative: II. Spatial and temporal homogeneity of satellite data retrieval due to systematic effects in atmospheric correction processors
D Müller, H Krasemann, RJW Brewin, C Brockmann, PY Deschamps, ...
Remote Sensing of Environment 162, 257-270, 2015
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