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Several neurological diseases (e.g. essential tremor and Parkinson's disease) are related to pathologically enhanced synchronization of bursting neurons. Suppression of these synchronized rhythms has potential implications in electrical deep-brain stimulation research. We consider a simplified model of a neuronal network where the local dynamics presents a… (More)

In this work we investigate a mathematical model describing tumour growth under a treatment by chemotherapy that incorporates time-delay related to the conversion from resting to hunting cells. We study the model using values for the parameters according to experimental results and vary some parameters relevant to the treatment of cancer. We find that our… (More)

- Ewandson L Lameu, Fernando S Borges, Rafael R Borges, Kelly C Iarosz, Iberê L Caldas, Antonio M Batista +2 others
- Chaos (Woodbury, N.Y.)
- 2016

We have studied the effects of perturbations on the cat's cerebral cortex. According to the literature, this cortex structure can be described by a clustered network. This way, we construct a clustered network with the same number of areas as in the cat matrix, where each area is described as a sub-network with a small-world property. We focus on the… (More)

- Ewandson L Lameu, Fernando S Borges, Rafael R Borges, Kelly C Iarosz, Iberê L Caldas, Antonio M Batista +2 others
- 2016

We have studied effects of perturbations on the cat cerebral cortex. According to the literature, this cortex structure can be described by a clustered network. This way, we construct a clustered network with the same number of areas as in the cat matrix, where each area is described as a sub-network with small-world property. We focus on the suppression of… (More)

- Ewandson L Lameu, Fernando S Borges, Rafael R Borges, Antonio M Batista, Murilo S Baptista, Ricardo L Viana
- 2015

The brain of mammals are divided into different cortical areas that are anatomically connected forming larger networks which perform cognitive tasks. The cat cerebral cortex is composed of 65 areas organised into the visual , auditory, somatosensory-motor and frontolimbic cognitive regions. We have built a network of networks, in which networks are… (More)

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