Munsif Ali Jatoi

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Human brain generates electromagnetic signals during certain activation inside the brain. The localization of the active sources which are responsible for such activation is termed as brain source localization. This process of source estimation with the help of EEG which is also known as EEG inverse problem is helpful to understand physiological,(More)
Finite Element Method (FEM) is a numerical tool usually used to solve various problems related to electromagnetic field, biomechanics, stress analysis etc. In this paper, the finite element is proposed as a solution to the localization problem of the active sources inside the brain. This localization is termed as the EEG Inverse problem. The solution to EEG(More)
The localization of active sources inside the brain is termed as brain source localization. However, when the neuroimaging technique is EEG, then it is specifically termed as EEG source localization. This problem is also referred to as EEG inverse problem. The source localization problem is defined by forward problem and inverse problem. For the forward(More)
This paper presents a novel approach for an effective and temperature controlled communication between environments by controlling the devices of daily use via internet. This research work is done by designing a key generator for every device that is supposed to be controlled. The generated key is added as an address with the device and can be accessed by(More)
The localization of brain sources due to which neural signals are generated is known as brain source localization. These signals are measured by various neuroimaging techniques such as MRI, EEG, PET and MEG. Nevertheless, when the neuroimaging technique is EEG, then it is specifically termed as EEG source localization. This problem is also referred to as(More)
Subspace techniques are widely used for direction of arrival (DOA) problems in telecommunications and position location applications for estimating the location of sources from where the signal is originated. This source estimation problem is analogues to the source estimation problem in EEG signal processing commonly termed as EEG inverse problem. The EEG(More)
3D movies are attracting the viewers as they can see the objects flying out of the screen. However, many viewers have reported various problems which are usually faced after watching 3D movies. These problems include visual fatigue, eye strain, headaches, dizziness, blurred vision or collectively may be termed as visually induced motion sickness (VIMS).(More)
Wireless infrared communications (WIR) is explained as the light waves propagation in free space by means of infrared radiation which exists in 400-700nm.This range corresponds to high frequency range which is useful for higher data rate applications. Therefore, wireless infrared is applied for higher data rates applications such as wireless computing,(More)
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