System development of morris experiments for brain function evaluation

  title={System development of morris experiments for brain function evaluation},
  author={Dongliang Liu and Wei Wang},
  journal={2011 4th International Conference on Biomedical Engineering and Informatics (BMEI)},
Morris Water Maze (MWM) is a device in which rats learn to escape from opaque water onto a hidden platform. It is widely used in brain function evaluation, such as the ability of study, fatigue property test and resistance experiment. The ability is evaluated by the time and the distance rats spent in finding the hidden platform. An image collection simulation system was designed with a digital camera, a computer and an image acquisition (IMAQ) card based on virtual instrument, and the swimming… CONTINUE READING
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