Gilbert McCann

California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, CA 
"Gilbert McCann"
Mean distance: 18.1 (cluster 17)


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Royal W. Sorensen grad student (Physics Tree)


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Vasilis Z. Marmarelis grad student USC
David M. Vowles post-doc (PsychTree)
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Shelden CH, Jacques S, McCann G. (1982) The Shelden CT-based microneurosurgical stereotactic system: its application to CNS pathology. Applied Neurophysiology. 45: 341-6
Fargason RD, Jacques S, Rand RW, et al. (1981) Visualization and three-dimensional reconstruction of pituitary microadenomas from CT data: a technical report. Surgical Neurology. 15: 450-4
Citron MC, Kroeker JP, McCann GD. (1981) Nonlinear interactions in ganglion cell receptive fields. Journal of Neurophysiology. 46: 1161-76
Jacques S, Shelden CH, McCann GD. (1980) A computerized microstereotactic method to approach, 3-dimensionally reconstruct, remove and adjuvantly treat small CNS lesions. Applied Neurophysiology. 43: 176-82
Jacques S, Shelden CH, McCann GD, et al. (1980) Computerized three-dimensional stereotaxic removal of small central nervous system lesions in patients. Journal of Neurosurgery. 53: 816-20
Jacques S, Shelden CH, McCann G, et al. (1980) A microstereotactic approach to small CNS lesions. Part I. Development of CT localization and 3-D reconstruction techniques. No Shinkei Geka. Neurological Surgery. 8: 527-37
Shelden CH, McCann G, Jacques S, et al. (1980) Development of a computerized microstereotaxic method for localization and removal of minute CNS lesions under direct 3-D vision. Technical report. Journal of Neurosurgery. 52: 21-7
Shantz MJ, McCann GD. (1978) Computational morphology: three-dimensional computer graphics for electron microscopy. Ieee Transactions On Bio-Medical Engineering. 25: 99-103
Fargason RD, McCann GD. (1978) Response properties of peripheral retinula cells within Drosophila visual mutants to monochromatic Gaussian white-noise stimuli. Vision Research. 18: 809-13
Marmarelis VZ, McCann GD. (1977) A family of quasi-white random signals and its optimal use in biological system identification. Part II: application to the photoreceptor of Calliphora erythrocephala. Biological Cybernetics. 27: 57-62
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