Bhargav Kothapalli

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  • B Kothapalli
  • 1993
The recording of gastric electrical activity using cutaneous electrodes is known as electrogastrography, and the recorded electrogastrogram comprises the electrical control activity and the contraction-related electrical response activity. The electrogastrogram has been simulated using a three-dimensional model that takes the effect of inhomogeneities into(More)
— The goal of this paper is to assess the capacity of Zeno phenomena to correctly predict the behavior of real physical systems. We begin by considering electromechanical hybrid systems. Formal conditions are given on when systems of this form display Zeno behavior, in which case the hybrid model is completed to allow for solutions to be carried past the(More)
supervisors Aaron Ames description The thesis shows how to achieve human-like walking with a bipedal walking robot AMBER on three kinds of terrain: flat-ground, up-slope and rough terrain. Worked as a trainee in a barge mounted power plant monitoring the transmission system. Worked as an intern in the Aerospace department involving data monitoring and(More)
  • B Kothapalli
  • 1992
The impedance technique can be used for the noninvasive monitoring of the stomach, with the epigastric impedance signal being a function of the position and configuration of the electrodes. The changes observed could be due to meal resistivity, meal volume and contractions of the gastric smooth muscles. The effect of these various factors on the epigastric(More)
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