Computational and numerical methods for bioelectric field problems.

  title={Computational and numerical methods for bioelectric field problems.},
  author={Christopher R. Johnson},
  journal={Critical reviews in biomedical engineering},
  volume={25 1},
Fundamental problems in electrophysiology can be studied by computationally modeling and simulating the associated microscopic and macroscopic bioelectric fields. To study such fields computationally, researchers have developed a variety of numerical and computational techniques. Advances in computer architectures have allowed researchers to model increasingly complex biophysical systems. Modeling such systems requires a researcher to apply a wide variety of computational and numerical methods… CONTINUE READING


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