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British mathematician

Richard David Gill is a mathematician born in the United Kingdom who has lived in the Netherlands since 1974. As a probability theorist and statistician, Gill is most well known for his research on counting processes and survival analysis, some of which has appeared in an advanced textbook. Now retired, he was the chair of mathematical statistics at Leiden University. Gill is also known for his pro bono consulting and advocacy on behalf of victims of incompetent statistical testimony, including a Dutch nurse who was wrongfully convicted and jailed for six years.

Source: Wikipedia- Statistical Models Based on Counting Processes
- A Survey of Product-Integration with a View Toward Application in Survival Analysis
- State estimation for large ensembles
- Applications of the van Trees Inequality: A Bayesian Cramér-Rao Bound
- Large Sample Theory of Empirical Distributions in Biased Sampling Models
- Random Truncation Models and Markov Processes
- Quantum Information
- On quantum statistical inference
- Coarsening at Random: Characterizations, Conjectures, Counter-Examples
- Kaplan-Meier estimators of distance distributions for spatial point processes
- A Survey of Product-Integration with a View Toward Application in Survival Analysis
- State estimation for large ensembles
- Applications of the van Trees Inequality: A Bayesian Cramér-Rao Bound
- Large Sample Theory of Empirical Distributions in Biased Sampling Models
- Random Truncation Models and Markov Processes
- Quantum Information
- On quantum statistical inference
- Coarsening at Random: Characterizations, Conjectures, Counter-Examples
- Kaplan-Meier estimators of distance distributions for spatial point processes
- Understanding Cox's Regression Model: A Martingale Approach
- Maximal Violation of the Collins-Gisin-Linden-Massar-Popescu Inequality for Infinite Dimensional States
- NON-RESPONSE MODELS FOR THE ANALYSIS OF NON-MONOTONE IGNORABLE MISSING DATA
- Causal Inference for Complex Longitudinal Data: The Continuous Case
- Multistate life‐tables and regression models
- Quantum local asymptotic normality based on a new quantum likelihood ratio
- Lectures on Probability Theory
- Statistics, Causality and Bell’s Theorem
- Conditions for factor (in)determinacy in factor analysis
- An Elementary Approach to Weak Convergence for Quantile Processes, with Applications to Censored Survival Data
- Censoring, truncation and filtering in statistical models based on counting processes
- Lectures on survival analysis
- On asymptotic quantum statistical inference
- Analyzing Bivariate Continuous Data Grouped into Categories Defined by Empirical Quantiles of Marginal Distributions
- The Monty Hall problem is not a probability puzzle* (It's a challenge in mathematical modelling)
- First contact distributions for spatial patterns: regularity and estimation
- Triplication of the Ureter and Renal Pelvis
- A comment on the PCAST report: Skip the “match”/“non-match” stage
- Development and antitumor activity of a BCL-2 targeted single-stranded DNA oligonucleotide
- Introduction
- The Total Time on Test Plot and the Cumulative Total Time on Test Statistic for a Counting Process
- Transcranial magnetic stimulation as a biomarker for epilepsy
- Asymptotics in quantum statistics
- Accardi contra bell (cum mundi): the impossible coupling
- Product-limit estimators of the gap time distribution of a renewal process under different sampling patterns
- CONCILIATION OF BAYES AND POINTWISE QUANTUM STATE ESTIMATION
- An algorithmic and a geometric characterization of coarsening at random
- Sequential Models for Coarsening and Missingness
- First contact distributions for spatial patterns: regularity and estimation
- Better Bell inequalities (passion at a distance)
- Estimating a probability mass function with unknown labels
- The Effect of Dietary Composition on the Binding of Insulin and Glucagon to Goat Hepatocytes
- Regression Models
- ON AN ARGUMENT OF DAVID DEUTSCH
- A geometric proof of the Kochen - Specker no-go theorem
- Nonparametric Estimation
- Statistics, ethics and probiotica
- Comment on “Dr. Bertlmann’s Socks in a Quaternionic World of Ambidextral Reality”
- Elementary Statistics on Trial—The Case of Lucia de Berk
- No probability loophole in the CHSH
- Macroscopic Unobservability of Spinorial Sign Changes
- A Proof of Bell's Inequality in Quantum Mechanics Using Causal interactions
- Frailty Models
- Model Specification and Censoring
- Monty Hall Problem : Solution
- Product-integration
- Repeated measurements with unintended feedback
- A Nonparametric Bayesian Approach to the Rare Type Match Problem
- The Triangle Wave Versus the Cosine: How Classical Systems Can Optimally Approximate EPR-B Correlations
- Laslett's line segment problem
- Coarsening at Random
- Product‐integration
- Preface
- CRITIQUE OF ‘ELEMENTS OF QUANTUM PROBABILITY’
- Higher Variations of the Monty Hall Problem (3.0, 4.0) and Empirical Definition of the Phenomenon of Mathematics, in Boole’s Footsteps, as Something the Brain Does
- Nonparametric Hypothesis Testing
- Parametric Models
- Asymptotic Efficiency
- Multivariate Time Scales
- The Mathematical Background
- State Estimation for Large Ensembles
- The van Dantzig Award 1995
- THE CHAOTIC CHAMELEON
- Optimal Design of Bell Experiments
- Statistical Models Based on Counting Processes.
- Statistical Models Based on Counting Processes

Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam

University in Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Utrecht University

University in the Netherlands

Leiden University

University in Leiden, Netherlands

University of Cambridge

Collegiate public research university in Cambridge, England, United Kingdom

#8491 World Rank

Mathematics

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