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On spatial and temporal multilevel dynamics and scaling effects in epileptic seizures

@article{Kuehn2011OnSA,
  title={On spatial and temporal multilevel dynamics and scaling effects in epileptic seizures},
  author={C. Kuehn and C. Meisel},
  journal={arXiv: Neurons and Cognition},
  year={2011}
}
  • C. Kuehn, C. Meisel
  • Published 2011
  • Mathematics, Biology, Physics
  • arXiv: Neurons and Cognition
  • Epileptic seizures are one of the most well-known dysfunctions of the nervous system. During a seizure, a highly synchronized behavior of neural activity is observed that can cause symptoms ranging from mild sensual malfunctions to the complete loss of body control. In this paper, we aim to contribute towards a better understanding of the dynamical systems phenomena that cause seizures. Based on data analysis and modelling, seizure dynamics can be identified to possess multiple spatial scales… CONTINUE READING

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