Erik T Bieging

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In this paper, we investigate the biomechanical applications of spatiotemporal analysis and nonlinear dynamic analysis to quantitatively describe regular and irregular vibrations of twelve excised larynges from high-speed image recordings. Regular vibrations show simple spatial symmetry, temporal periodicity, and discrete frequency spectra, while irregular(More)
Shape change of the left atrium (LA) and LA appendage in atrial fibrillation (AF) patients is hypothesized to be linked to AF pathology and to play a role in thrombogenesis; however, many aspects of shape variation in the heart are poorly understood. To date, studies of the LA shape in AF have been limited to empirical observation and summary metrics, such(More)
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