Generalized flat eeg with depth orientation and regression
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CitationIsmail, N., Idris, A. ve Awang, S. R. (2009). Generalized flat eeg with depth orientation and regression. Maltepe Üniversitesi. s. 305.
A study is carried out to model tracks followed by clusters of electrons during the sporadic burst of the brainstorm epilepsy The challenges faced were to choose the right model for the event as well as to maximize the accuracy of the real time data taken. The growth of cosmic structure, including a detailed formation of galaxies with super massive black holes in their centers provides a great model for this brainstorm epileptic event. General relativity explains that the fundamental force of gravitation can be described as a curved spacetime caused by the presence of matter and energy. Excellent data from Generalized EEG signals, with six flat cubic surfaces represent mass and energies of clusters of electrons from an epileptic patient were converted into clusters of three dimensional space and time. When fed into Einstein Field Equation, these masses and energies curved the spacetime which represents the movements or tracks of these electrons in a given time. The domains of these tracks were the first to be identified. Strength of each EEG signals as well as the locations of each domain relative to each other were weighted and later were regressed to estimate the best location that represents point of embarkation of these electrons for each second during an epilepsy attack. Correlation analysis identified outliers which might come from other epileptic foci burst. These represent much smaller bursts of electrons that occur simultaneously. Illustrations for these tracks are plotted in three dimensional spaces as time progresses.
SourceInternational Conference of Mathematical Sciences
- Makale Koleksiyonu 
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