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In problems of moderate dimensions, the quasi-Monte Carlo method usually provides better estimates than the Monte Carlo method. However, as the dimension of the problem increases, the advantages of the quasi-Monte Carlo method diminish quickly. A remedy for this problem is to use hybrid sequences; sequences that combine pseudorandom and low-discrepancy(More)
The electrophysiological aspects of the pathogenesis of Kozhevnikov's epilepsy associated with tick-borne encephalitis were investigated. The study involved computerization of 114 scalp EEGs obtained from patients with this form of epilepsy who were observed in the Primorye Territory. In order to receive control data, the analogous methods were used in(More)
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