Josef Faber

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Fifty-one children with hemiparetic cerebral palsy underwent clinical, EEG and CT examinations to assess mental performance, laterality of CP and incidence of epilepsy, 80 per cent of the children had epileptic abnormalities on EEG, but less than half had clinical signs of epilepsy. Clinical paroxysms were more frequent in those with right-sided(More)
Impaired wakefulness in machine operators poses a danger not only to themselves but often also to the public at large. While on duty, such persons are expected to be continuously, i.e., without interruption, on the alert. For that purpose, we designed and carried out an experimental model of continuous vigilance monitoring using electroencephalography (EEG)(More)
  • J Faber
  • 1975
Relationship between amplitude and interval of healthy and epileptic children's alpha activity was investigated. A directly proportional, though non-linear (mostly exponential) correlation was found, i. e. the higher the waves, the wider their are, and vice versa, the lower, the narrower. This is a well-known feature of clinical electroencephalography,(More)
We have examined electroencephalography (EEG) and Mini-Mental State Examination (MMSE) in 38 patients with verified diagnosis of systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE). In the clinical neurological finding there were epileptic attacks in 9 patients, 10 patients suffered from stroke, 15 patients from lupus headache, 4 patients from psychosis, in 15 patients(More)
In this contribution are discussed the following questions, related also to presentation [1]: a) which kinds of human decision are most important when he/she interacts with artificial system, b) how the parameters of such decisions can be improved as concerns the reliability of human subject interaction with artificial system. Some of the presented(More)