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1 Introduction Various methods have been proposed to solve magnetoencephalographic inverse problems although the problem itself is ill-posed and in principle infinite number of solutions are possible. Among them, the simplest method is the single dipole in a spherical head model, which has been practically used in a lot of papers to get the dipoles(More)
This paper introduces an effective mesh smoothing method for 3D noisy shapes via the adaptive MMSE (minimum mean squared error) filter. The adaptive MMSE filter is applied to modify the face normals of triangle meshes and then mesh vertex positions are reconstructed in order to satisfy the modified normals. We also compare quantitatively and visually the(More)
BACKGROUND The psychological and physiological condition of athletes affect both their performance in competitions and their health. Rugby is an intense sport which appears to impose psychological and physiological stress on players. However, there have been few studies of the most appropriate resting techniques to deliver effective recovery from a match.(More)
OBJECTIVE The relationship between physical and mental fatigue in rugby players after a match was examined, taking into account the position played. METHODS The Profile of Mood State (POMS) test, blood biochemical parameters, and serum opsonic activity were measured for 37 university rugby football players before and after a match. RESULTS There were no(More)
The flexible chainlike walker (FCW) model is proposed as a minimal model of a deformable moving object and as an extension of the regular random-walk model. The many-body system of FCWs is studied by numerical simulations on a square lattice. It is shown that FCWs aggregate spontaneously and irreversibly where no adherence is assumed, in contrast to the(More)
Several versions of the " flexible chainlike walker " (FCW) model are proposed and investigated by numerical simulations on a square lattice. It is shown that the " original " FCWs aggregate spontaneously and irreversibly, where no adherence is assumed, triggered by " mutual locking ". This is in complete contrast to established aggregation models which(More)
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