Zahnupriya Kalita

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The corridor allocation problem (CAP) seeks the effective placement of given facilities in two parallel rows on opposite sides of a central corridor. The placement of the facilities in both the rows starts from the same level and no gap is allowed between two facilities of a row. The CAP is formulated here as a nonlin-ear bi-objective optimization problem,(More)
Authors describe ocular and neurological findings in a 68 years old female patient with the intracranial hypertension (pseudotumor cerebri). For developing edema of the optic nerve head on the fundus (oedema papillae), accompanied with lowered visual acuity and visual field defects, an urgent surgical treatment was indicated--the lumboperitoneal shunt was(More)
Both examination of trigeminal somatosensory evoked potentials and testing trigeminal nerve involvements associated with various neurological diseases make it possible to objectively measure the sensitivity and correlation of clinical symptomatology with the electrophysiological parameters. This procedure is described as applied to patients with essential(More)
The authors give an account of a group of 32 patients with the diagnosis of cervical spondylogenic myelopathy hospitalized in the course of three years at the neurological department of the District Institute of National Health, Zlín. The author describes a simple method of measurement of anteroposterior projections of the spinal canal. He also gives an(More)
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