David JN Wall
David JN Wall
Emeritus Professor at University of Canterbury
Verified email at canterbury.ac.nz
TitleCited byYear
Conjugate gradient method applied to inverse scattering problem
H Harada, DJN Wall, T Takenaka, M Tanaka
IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation 43 (8), 784-792, 1995
A mathematical model for analysis of the cell cycle in cell lines derived from human tumors
B Basse, BC Baguley, ES Marshall, WR Joseph, B van Brunt, G Wake, ...
Journal of mathematical biology 47 (4), 295-312, 2003
Null field approach to scalar diffraction I. General method
RHT Bates, DJN Wall, RHT Bates, DJN Wall
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series A …, 1977
A Floquet--Bloch Decomposition of Maxwell's Equations Applied to Homogenization
D Sjöberg, C Engström, G Kristensson, DJN Wall, N Wellander
Multiscale Modeling & Simulation 4 (1), 149-171, 2005
Atherosclerosis and calcium signalling in endothelial cells
MJ Plank, DJN Wall, T David
Progress in biophysics and molecular biology 91 (3), 287-313, 2006
Modelling cell death in human tumour cell lines exposed to the anticancer drug paclitaxel
B Basse, BC Baguley, ES Marshall, WR Joseph, B van Brunt, G Wake, ...
Journal of Mathematical Biology 49 (4), 329-357, 2004
A Hodgkin–Huxley model exhibiting bursting oscillations
PR Shorten, DJN Wall
Bulletin of mathematical biology 62 (4), 695-715, 2000
Newton-Kantorovich method applied to two-dimensional inverse scattering for an exterior Helmholtz problem
RD Murch, DGH Tan, DJN Wall
Inverse Problems 4 (4), 1117, 1988
Modelling cell population growth with applications to cancer therapy in human tumour cell lines
B Basse, BC Baguley, ES Marshall, GC Wake, DJN Wall
Progress in biophysics and molecular biology 85 (2-3), 353-368, 2004
Reconstruction algorithm of the refractive index of a cylindrical object from the intensity measurements of the total field
T Takenaka, DJN Wall, H Harada, M Tanaka
Microwave and optical technology letters 14 (3), 182-188, 1997
Modelling the flow of cytometric data obtained from unperturbed human tumour cell lines: parameter fitting and comparison
B Basse, BC Baguley, ES Marshall, GC Wake, DJN Wall
Bulletin of Mathematical Biology 67 (4), 815-830, 2005
On a cell‐growth model for plankton
B Basse, GC Wake, DJN Wall, B Van Brunt
Mathematical medicine and biology: a journal of the IMA 21 (1), 49-61, 2004
Propagation of transient electromagnetic waves in time-varying media-direct and inverse scattering problems
I Aberg, G Kristensson, DJN Wall
Inverse Problems 11 (1), 29, 1995
The role of endothelial calcium and nitric oxide in the localisation of atherosclerosis
MJ Plank, DJN Wall, T David
Mathematical biosciences 207 (1), 26-39, 2007
Methods of overcoming numerical instabilities associated with the T-matrix method(scalar waves scattering)
DJN Wall
Acoustic, electromagnetic and elastic wave scattering- Focus on the T-matrix …, 1980
On Fréchet differentiability of some nonlinear operators occurring in inverse problems: an implicit function theorem approach
TJ Connolly, DJN Wall
Inverse Problems 6 (6), 949, 1990
Invariant imbedding and hyperbolic heat waves
DJN Wall, P Olsson
Journal of Mathematical Physics 38 (3), 1723-1749, 1997
CRH-induced electrical activity and calcium signalling in pituitary corticotrophs
PR Shorten, AB Robson, AE Mckinnon, DJN Wall
Journal of theoretical biology 206 (3), 395-405, 2000
Transient waves in nonstationary media
I Ĺberg, G Kristensson, DJN Wall
Journal of Mathematical Physics 37 (5), 2229-2252, 1996
The T‐matrix approach for scattering by a traction‐free periodic rough surface
A Lakhtakia, VK Varadan, VV Varadan, DJN Wall
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 76 (6), 1839-1846, 1984
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