Harald Mueller

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The problem of mobility in IP networks has traditionally been solved at the network layer. We present an alternative solution that solves it at the transport layer in an end-to-end fashion, leveraging the ability of a modern transport layer protocol (SCTP) to use multiple IP addresses per association. This is achieved by dynamically modifying this set of IP(More)
The topography and possible physiological significance of EEG average amplitude and amplitude variability in time were examined in 10 chronic psychotic patients and several groups of healthy volunteers. In confirmation of previous reports, the patients showed more slow (5.2-7.6 Hz) activity, particularly in frontal areas, and less alpha rhythm variability(More)
The relationships between post-mortem findings and electroencephalographic tests obtained during the 12 mo before death were investigated for 100 psychogeriatric subjects. The results, which due to methodological limitations are only tentative, suggest a fairly close correlation between the two sets of data, which can, however, be obscured by a number of(More)
A method for testing intensity and duration of the effect of local anaesthetics is presented. The assessment of effectiveness is based on the subjective perception threshold after painful electrical tooth pulp stimuli. With respect to its practical applicability the method is tested in a clinical study using three commercial local anaesthetics. The results(More)
Demographic, psychiatric, and electro-encephalographic (EEG) data were compared with brain autopsy findings for 73 elderly psychiatric patients. A late onset of depression (60+ years) was more likely than early onset to be accompanied by Alzheimer's disease. There were strong associations between clinical and histopathological indicators of Alzheimer's(More)
It has recently become possible to arrive at a testable biopsychological model, according to which a dysfunction of the prefrontal cortex is the common factor in psychotic disorders; if persistent, this leads to a dissolution of the highest level of brain function, in the sense of Hughlings Jackson. The model is in agreement with newer findings in normal(More)