Vojko Jazbinsek

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A widely used approach to solving the inverse problem in electrocardiography involves computing potentials on the epicardium from measured electrocardiograms (ECGs) on the torso surface. The main challenge of solving this electrocardiographic imaging (ECGI) problem lies in its intrinsic ill-posedness. While many regularization techniques have been developed(More)
Atomic magnetometers are emerging as an alternative to SQUID magnetometers for detection of biological magnetic fields. They have been used to measure both the magnetocardiography (MCG) and magnetoencephalography (MEG) signals. One of the virtues of the atomic magnetometers is their ability to operate as a multi-channel detector while using many common(More)
Investigations were carried out into whether an equivalent generator consisting of two dipoles could be used to detect dual sites of ventricular activity. A computer model of the human ventricular myocardium was used to simulate activation sequences initiated at eight different pairs of sites positioned on the epicardial surface of the atrio-ventricular(More)
Motivated by the fact that many physical systems display (i) power-law correlations together with (ii) an asymmetry in the probability distribution, we propose a stochastic process that can model both properties. The process depends on only two parameters, where one controls the scaling exponent of the power-law correlations, and the other controls the(More)
Electrocardiographic imaging (ECGI) is a widely used method of computing potentials on the epicardium from measured or simulated potentials on the torso surface. The main challenge of the electrocardiographic imaging problem lies in its intrinsic ill-posedness, and many regularization techniques have been developed to smooth out the solution. It is still an(More)
In ultra-low-field (ULF) NMR/MRI, a common scheme is to magnetize the sample by a polarizing field of up to hundreds of mT, after which the NMR signal, precessing in a field on the order of several μT, is detected with superconducting quantum interference devices (SQUIDs). In our ULF-NMR system, we polarize with up to 50mT and deploy a single-stage DC-SQUID(More)
Recent experiments demonstrate that the concentration of Ca2+ in cytoplasm of Chara corallina internodal cells plays important role in electrical excitation of the plasma membrane. The concentration of free Ca2+ in the cytoplasm -[Ca2+]c is also sensitive to visible light. Both phenomena were simultaneously studied by noninvasive measuring action potential(More)
Most automated non-invasive blood pressure measuring devices are based on some empirically derived criteria applied to the oscillometric index, which is defined as a certain characteristic physical property of pressure pulses measured by an inflated cuff wrapped around the upper arm during cuff pressure deflation. In this study, different algorithms for(More)