Dr Jonathan Clark
Academic and research departmentsDepartment of Computer Science.
My main interest is bioinformatics in the broad sense, the interface between computing and biology, with emphasis on classification and pattern recognition, especially with regard to botanical taxonomy and systematics. This is a natural consequence of my BSc (Botany), MSc (Plant Taxonomy) and PhD (Cybernetics) studies. I am particularly interested in biological identification and classification techniques, especially those involving the use of artificial neural networks. My current teaching areas are Intelligent Information Systems, Information Systems Development and Computer Logic.
- Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew
- University of York
- University of Reading
- Cardiff University
- Kingston University
Clark, J. Y., Corney, D., & Tang, H.L. (2012, accepted). Automated Plant Identification using Artificial Neural Networks. In 2012 IEEE Symposium on Computational Intelligence in Bioinformatics and Computational Biology. San Diego, USA.
Cope, J. S., Corney, D. P. A., Clark, J. Y., Remagnino, P., & Wilkin, P. (2012). Plant Species Identification using Digital Morphometrics: a Review. Expert Systems with Applications 39(8), pp. 7562-7573.
Corney, D. P. A., Clark, J. Y., Tang, H. L., & Wilkin, P. (2012). Automatic Extraction of Leaf Characters from Herbarium Specimens. Taxon 61(1), 231-244.
Clark, J. Y. (2009, February). Neural networks and cluster analysis for unsupervised classification of cultivated species of Tilia (Malvaceae). Botanical Journal of the Linnaean Society, 159(2), 300-314.
Athanasiou, M., & Clark, J. Y. (2009). A Bayesian network model for the diagnosis of the caring procedure for wheelchair users with spinal injury. Computer Methods and Programs in Biomedicine Vol. 95, pp. S44-S54. Maribor, Slovenia: Elsevier Ireland Ltd.
Athanasiou, M. & Clark, J.Y. (2007). A Bayesian Network Model for the Diagnosis of the Caring Procedure for Wheelchair Users with Spinal Injury. Twentieth IEEE International Symposium on Computer-Based Medical Systems (CBMS), Slovenia, IEEE Conference Publication Services, pp. 433-438.
Clark, J. Y. (2007). Plant Identification from Characters and Measurements using Artificial Neural Networks. In MacLeod, N. (Ed.) Automated Taxon Identification in Systematics (Systematics Association Special Volume), Natural History Museum, London, CRC Press, Taylor & Francis Group, pp. 207-224.
Athanasiou, M. & Clark, J.Y. (2006). DIMITRA- an online expert system for carers of paraplegics and quadriplegics. International Journal of Healthcare Technology and Management 7(5), 440-451.
Heather, J., & Clark, J. Y. (2005). Family secrets. In T. Dimitrakos, & F. Martinelli (Eds.), Formal Aspects in Security and Trust Vol. 173, pp. 99-114. Springer, Toulouse, France.
Clark, J.Y. (2004). Identification of botanical specimens using artificial neural networks. IEEE Symposium on Computational Intelligence in Bioinformatics and Computational Biology, pp. 87-94, IEEE: La Jolla, California, USA
Clark, J.Y. (2003). Computer-aided Taxonomy of Lithops. MSG Bulletin, vol. 18((1)), pp. 10-12.
Clark, J.Y. (2003). Artificial Neural Networks for Species Identification by Taxonomists. Biosystems, Special Issue on Computational Intelligence in Bioinformatics (Elsevier Press), vol. 72(1-2), pp. 131-147.
Clark, J.Y. (2000). Botanical Identification and Classification using Artificial Neural Networks, . Unpublished doctoral thesis.
Clark, J.Y. (1999). A key to Lithops N.E.Br. Lithops – Treasures of the Veld (Observations on the Genus Lithops N.E.Br.), BCSSHammer, S.A., pp. 135-141.
Clark, J.Y. & Warwick, K. (1998). Artificial Keys for Botanical Identification using a Multilayer Perceptron Neural Network (MLP). Artificial Intelligence Review - Special Issue on Applications in Biology and Agriculture, vol. 12(1-3), pp. 105-115.
Clark, J.Y. & Warwick, K. (1997). Machine fault diagnosis using an artificial neural network with data preprocessing. Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Systems Engineering, ICSE'97, pp. 133-136.
Clark, J.Y. & Warwick, K. (1996). Fault detection and diagnosis in high speed packaging machinery using a modular multi-layer perceptron approach. Proceedings of the International ICSC Symposium on Intelligent Industrial Automation (IAA'96), pp. A96-A101.