Simon H. Bull

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High resolution mapping of electrical activity is becoming an important technique for analysing normal and dysrhythmic gastrointestinal (GI) slow wave activity. Several methods are used to extract meaningful information from the large quantities of data obtained, however, at present these methods can only be used offline. Thus, all analysis currently(More)
Clinical evaluation of cutaneous electrogastrograms (EGG) is important for understanding the role of slow waves in functional motility disorders and may be a useful diagnostic aid. An automated software package has been developed which computes metrics of interest from EGG and from slow wave recordings from the gastric mucosa and serosa in a reliable and(More)
The demand for asset complexity has increased by several orders of magnitude since <i>The LEGO Movie.</i> This has resulted in the need for the team at Animal Logic to further develop their proprietary render and shading pipeline, while significantly optimising nearly all aspects of asset creation. Animal Logic's already extensive library of <i>LEGO</i>(More)
High-resolution (HR) mapping employs multielectrode arrays to achieve spatially detailed analyses of propagating bioelectrical events. A major current limitation is that spatial analyses must currently be performed "off-line" (after experiments), compromising timely recording feedback and restricting experimental interventions. These problems motivated(More)
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