Controlling chaos in the brain
In a spontaneously bursting neuronal network in vitro, chaos can be demonstrated by the presence of unstable fixed-point behaviour. Chaos control techniques can increase the periodicity of such…
Electric field suppression of epileptiform activity in hippocampal slices.
- B. Gluckman, E. J. Neel, T. Netoff, W. Ditto, M. Spano, S. Schiff
- BiologyJournal of Neurophysiology
- 1 December 1996
Modulation of neuronal activity in these experiments was readily observed at field strengths < or = 5-10 mV/mm and in vivo application of these results may be feasible.
Spatiotemporal evolution of ventricular fibrillation
High spatial and temporal resolution mapping of optical transmembrane potentials can easily detect transiently erupting rotors during the early phase of ventricular fibrillation, characterized by a relatively high spatiotemporal cross-correlation.
Surrogate for nonlinear time series analysis.
This surrogate algorithm has significant advantages over the most commonly used surrogates, in that it provides a more robust statistical test by producing an entire population of surrogates that are consistent with the null hypothesis.
Chaogates: morphing logic gates that exploit dynamical patterns.
The basic concepts underlying chaotic systems are reviewed and an extension of the formalism to include asymmetric logic functions is presented, which forms the basis of the design of a dynamical computing device that can be rapidly morphed to become any desired logic gate.
Magnetostriction and magnetic anisotropy of field annealed Metglas* 2605 alloys via dc M‐H loop measurements under stress
Amorphous metallic ribbons annealed in transverse fields have enormous magnetoelastic coupling. An integrating magnetometer was used to measure magnetization M as a function of applied field H and…
Techniques for the control of chaos
Chaos and chaos control in biology.
Detection of High Frequency Oscillations with Teager Energy in an Animal Model of Limbic Epilepsy
- Ryan Nelson, Stephen M. Myers, W. Ditto
- Computer ScienceAnnual International Conference of the IEEE…
This paper presents Teager Energy as a method of finding HFOs because it is able to detect high-frequency, low-amplitude components that conventional energy measurements would miss.