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A powerful approach to studying how information is transmitted in basic neural systems is based on finding stimulus-response classes that optimize the mutual information shared between the classes [2,6]. The problem can be formally described in terms of finding a optimal quantization´µ of a large discrete joint´µ distribution and various algorithms have(More)
Exposure to high-altitude results in hypobaric hypoxia which is considered as an acute physiological stress. This condition often leads to high-altitude illnesses such as high-altitude cerebral edema, high altitude pulmonary edema and hypoxic muscle weakness. Hypoxic injuries can be prevented by either preconditioning with cobalt chloride or treatment with(More)
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