Peter J. Radics

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BACKGROUND AND PURPOSES In advanced Parkinson's disease, medically refractory motor fluctuation or medically resistant tremor considerably affects quality of life. However, these symptoms can be mostly successfully treated by deep brain stimulation. We analyzed the efficacy of bilateral subthalamic stimulation in our patients with Parkinson's disease. (More)
While there is a growing body of research on privacy, most of the work puts the focus on information privacy. Physical and psychological privacy issues receive little to no attention. However, the introduction of technology into our lives can cause problems with regard to these aspects of privacy. This is especially true when it comes to our homes, both as(More)
With the increased ubiquity of technology comes the challenge of addressing the privacy concerns of the intended users. Privacy is an extremely complex social phenomenon with myriads of variations. Difficulty in designing privacy-aware applications, however, do not stem from a lack of models or design frameworks. Rather, it stems from the gap between the(More)
INTRODUCTION A different innervation pattern of proximal and distal muscles from the contra- and ipsilateral motor circuits raises the question as to whether bilateral, contra- and ipsilateral subthalamic stimulation may have different effects on the distal and proximal movements of the upper limb. To answer this question, we performed kinematic analyzes in(More)
In the course of Parkinson's disease, advanced and late stages can be distinguished. In the advanced stage, levodopa has good effect on motor symptoms, but patient care is often hindered by levodopa-induced complications such as motor fluctuation and dyskinesias. In the late stage levodopa response becomes poor, falls, dementia and psychotic symptoms appear(More)
Algorithm visualizations (AVs) have become a popular teaching aid in classes on algorithms and data structures. The AlgoViz Project attempts to provide an online venue for educators, students, developers,researchers, and other AV users. The Project is comprised of two websites. The first, the AlgoViz Portal, provides two major informational resources: an AV(More)
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