Jatan C. Shah

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Thirty-four cases of severe tetanus were studied. On clinical examination weakness and sensory loss compatible with peripheral neuropathy was found in 27. The pattern was usually asymmetrical, the commonest nerves affected being ulnar, median and lateral popliteal, although occasionally circumflex, musculocutaneous, femoral and facial nerves were also(More)
  • Jatan C Shah, Ahmed A Younis, Sachin S Sapatnekar, Marwan M Hassoun, J C Shah, A A Younis +1 other
  • 1998
This paper presents an event-driven algorithm and its symbolic implementation for the analysis of power and ground bus networks. The algorithm uses frequency domain techniques and moment matching approaches based on Pad e approximants to estimate the transfer function at each node in the PPG network. Afterwards, the transient w aveforms are extracted for(More)
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