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Fast changes, in the range of milliseconds, in the optical properties of cerebral tissue are associated with brain activity and can be detected using non-invasive near-infrared spectroscopy (NIRS). These changes are assumed to be caused by changes in the light scattering properties of the neuronal tissue. The aim of this study was to develop highly(More)
Brain activity is associated with physiological changes, which alter the optical properties of tissue. These changes can be detected by near-infrared spectroscopy (NIRS). Aim of the study was to determine changes in cerebral oxygenation in response to stimulation in the visual cortex in newborn infants during spontaneous sleep in the first days of life. We(More)
  • B Verleye, R Croce, M Griebel, M Klitz, S V Lomov, G Morren +3 others
  • 2008
SUMMARY: A fast an accurate simulation tool for the permeability of textiles is presented, based on a finite difference discretisation of the Stokes equations. Results for single layer, multi layer and sheared models are discussed. The influence of intra-yarn flow and periodic respectively wall boundary conditions are considered. Simulated permeability(More)
— In this paper, the problem of estimating the frequencies, dampings, amplitudes and phases of closely spaced complex damped exponentials in the presence of noise is considered. In several papers, decimation is proposed as a way to increase the performance of subspace-based parameter estimation methods, in the case of over-sampling [1][2][3]. In this paper,(More)
  • B Verleye, R Croce, M Griebel, M Klitz, S V Lomov, G Morren +4 others
  • 2008
The permeability of textile reinforcements is a crucial input for the simulation of the impregnation stage of a composite material fabrication process. In this paper, we present a fast and accurate simulation method for the permeability of a textile reinforcement, based on a finite difference discretisation of the Stokes equations. Results for single layer,(More)
Detrended fluctuation analysis (DFA), a fractal analysis method which is widely used in heart rate variability (HRV) studies, is used to analyze the scaling behaviour of RR interval series of preterm neonates. The average scaling behaviour, calculated using 30000 RR intervals (3 - 4 hours), is characterized by a scaling exponent of 1.4 ± 0.1 at small(More)
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