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Rhythms Christoph Cortical Brgers o Mathematics Department Tufts University Medford, Massachusetts Many thanks to Bard and Jon for inviting me, and to all of you for listening! Classication of rhythms by frequency Gamma (30 90 Hz) Beta (12 30 Hz) Alpha (7 12 Hz) Theta (3 7 Hz) Delta (0.5 3 Hz) (deep sleep) Very fast oscillations (90 200 Hz) (hippocampus and neocortex) (These ranges are agreed upon only...

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Minnesota - IMA - 6
The models used in this book are presented below in the syntax of the authors software.1ChannelsHodgkin-Huxley # Hodgkin huxley equations init v=-65 m=.05 h=0.6 n=.317 par i0=0 par vna=50 vk=-77 vl=-54.4 gna=120 gk=36 gl=0.3 c=1 phi=1 par ip=0
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1. Consider an semi-innite array of compartments with only the rst one receiving injected current. Can you prove that V1 /I1 = where =1+z z 2 + 2z, z= R 1+Rcouple (1 R ) R . 2Rcouple(Here is a hint. Show that the steady state voltages satisfy: V
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The Energy of a Graph: A SurveyH.B. Walikar Dept. of Computer Science, Karnatak University, Dharwad.ABSTRACTThe energy of a graph G denoted by E=E(G) , is the sum of the absolute values of the eigen values of G. In section 1, as an introduction,
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Lecture-2: SOME FUNDAMENTAL CONCEPTS OF GRAPH THEORY USED IN THE DESCRIPTION AND UNDERSTANDING OF MOLECULAR STRUCTURES1B.D. Acharya2IFStructure Activity Relationship (SAR)row muh moleulr struture ould revel out the properties exhiited y t
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Lecture abstract for the 2ND Indo-US Lecture Series on Discrete Mathematical Chemistry June 2025, The Woodlands Hotel, Kalpetta, Kerala, India http:/www.nrri.umn.edu/indouslecture/Kerala2007/Numerical Characterization of Molecular ChiralityR. Nata
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TOWARDS FINDING NEW CHEMICAL DESCRIPTORS USING EULERIAN TRAILS IN GRAPHSMukti Acharya 1AbstractIn the literature of discrete mathematical chemistry, techniques invoking the notion of traversal of edges in a molecular graph have not been attempted
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Department of Animal Science205 Haecker Hall 1364 Eckles Avenue St. Paul, MN 55108-6118Beef Cattle Management UpdateFACTORS AFFECTING PROFITABILITY OF THE COW/CALF ENTERPRISE A. DiCostanzo, J.C. Meiske and B.W. Woodward Department of Animal Scie
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FACTORS AFFECTING BEEF COW SIZE AND PROFITABILITY Alfredo DiCostanzo, Extension Animal Scientist Jay C. Meiske, Professor, Animal ScienceIssue 30 February 1994Introduction Producers faced with the decision to buy a bull, or those considering init
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LOW INPUT, HIGH OUTPUT MANAGEMENT PRACTICES FOR BEEF COW/CALF HERDS Pete Anderson, Extension Beef Cattle Specialist University of Minnesota, St. PaulIssue 6 June 1990Profit in beef cow/calf herds is quite management dependent. For the most part,
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