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9 Broadband whistler waves in the frequency range 7-10 kHz and 15-19 kHz, generated by 10 F-region CW HF ionospheric heating in the absence of electrojet currents, were detected 11 by the DEMETER satellite overflying the HAARP transmitter during HAARP/BRIOCHE 12 campaigns. The whistler waves are in a frequency range corresponding to the F-region 13(More)
W avelet transforms have recently emerged as a mathematical tool for multiresolution decomposition of signals. They have potential applications in many areas of signal processing that require variable time–frequency localization. The continuous wavelet transform is presented here, and its frequency resolution is derived analytically and shown to depend(More)
BACKGROUND Surveillance of Over-the-Counter pharmaceutical (OTC) sales as a potential early indicator of developing public health conditions, in particular in cases of interest to Bioterrorism, has been suggested in the literature. The data streams of interest are quite non-stationary and we address this problem from the viewpoint of linear adaptive filter(More)
BACKGROUND Surveillance of Over-the-Counter pharmaceutical (OTC) sales as a potential early indicator of developing public health conditions, in particular in cases of interest to biosurvellance, has been suggested in the literature. This paper is a continuation of a previous study in which we formulated the problem of estimating clinical data from OTC(More)
OBJECTIVE We address the problem of characterization of afterdischarges (ADs) that often arise in patients with intractable focal epilepsy who, as part of their evaluation, undergo cortical electrical stimulation: A standard diagnostic and evaluation procedure before respective surgery. RESULTS A total of 1333 channels of data recorded in 17 trials of(More)
Heating of the ionosphere by high-frequency (HF), ordinary (O) mode electromagnetic waves can excite magnetic field aligned density striations (FAS), associated with upper and lower hybrid turbulence and electron heating. We have used Vlasov simulations in one spatial and two velocity dimensions to study the induced turbulence in the presence of striations(More)
BACKGROUND Surveillance of univariate syndromic data as a means of potential indicator of developing public health conditions has been used extensively. This paper aims to improve the performance of detecting outbreaks by using a background forecasting algorithm based on the adaptive recursive least squares method combined with a novel treatment of the Day(More)
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