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Transcranial Alternating Current Stimulation (tACS) attracts more and more attention nowadays, especially in the territory of cognitive function. In this paper, we chose Mental Rotation Tasks as a reflex of the influence of this kind of electrical stimulation on motor imagery ability. As a result, we found that alpha and beta rhythm stimulation optimized(More)
it is still not confirmed that how waveform shapes affect the result of Cranial Electrotherapy Stimulation (CES) and most CES device can only provide some certain wave shapes such as sinusoid and square wave. Also, daily use is required in most CES treatment, which requires a device with small size and friendly user interface. To meet these demands, this(More)
The paper, based on the current researches on the regulation and control of digital cognitive competence by transcranial direct current stimulation (TDCS), adopts stimulation device developed by Tsinghua University to launch the analysis experiment of cognitive behaviors aiming at the key problem of the application effects of TDCS, compares the influences(More)
The magnetically induced hyperthermia (MIH) system, based on the principle that milliscaled ferromagnetic alloy thermoseeds produce heat in a radio frequency (RF) alternating magnetic field due to eddy current and hysteresis, has been used in tumor clinical trials for decades. To provide guidance for implant distribution in tumors and temperature field(More)
The k-ary n-cube Q<sub>n</sub><sup>k</sup> n is one of the most attractive interconnection networks for parallel and distributed systems. In this paper, we consider the problem of a fault-free hamiltonian cycle passing through prescribed edges in a k-ary n-cube Q<sub>n</sub><sup>k</sup> with some faulty edges. The following result is obtained: For any n(More)
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