Nanda Nandagopal

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Accurately identifying cognitive activity from multichannel EEG data continues to be a challenging task for cognition researchers. Although brain impairments such as epilepsy and ADHD tend to display relatively easy to identify EEG data features, delineating clear patterns of normal cognitive activity within the healthy brain has not yet been satisfactorily(More)
Identifying the integrative aspects of brain structure and function, specifically how the connections and interactions among neuronal elements (neurons, brain regions) result in cognition and behavior, is one of the last great frontiers for scientific research. Unraveling the activity of the brain’s billions of neurons and how they combine to form(More)
Modularity has been a key issue in the design and development of modern embedded Real-Time Software Systems (RTS), where modularity enables flexibility with respect to changes in platform, environment, and requirements, as well as reuse. In distributed RTS, similar ideas have led to the adoption of COTS components integrated via Service-Oriented(More)
Most previous studies of functional brain networks have been conducted on undirected networks despite the fact that direction of information flow is able to provide additional information on how one brain region influences another. The current study explores the application of normalized transfer entropy (NTE) to detect and identify the patterns of(More)
In this paper we consider an event based architectural component that may overcome the present reluctance to the use of Service Orientation (SOA) in military distributed real-time environments. In particular, we propose a hybrid architecture component that is decentralised in all respects, making it more reactive to real-time events, as well as being easier(More)
The Demand-Control (DC) model has been extensively researched to find the imbalance of demand and control that cause work-related stress. Past research has been exclusively dedicated to evaluate the impact of this model on employees' well-being and job environment. However, the impact of high demands (strain hypothesis) and the influence of control (buffer(More)