Effects of (II) on bod exertion modelling of the bod curve.

Yücel (Karakoç), Gamze


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Effects of ECG Signal Processing on the Inverse Problem of Electrocardiography
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The inverse problem of electrocardiography is ill-posed. Errors in the model such as signal noise can impact the accuracy of reconstructed cardiac electrical activity. It is currently not known how sensitive the inverse problem is to signal processing techniques. To evaluate this, experimental data from a Langendorff-perfused pig heart (n=1) suspended in a human-shaped torso-tank was used. Different signal processing methods were applied to torso potentials recorded from 128 electrodes embedded in the tank...
Effects of a priori parameter selection in minimum relative entropy method on inverse electrocardiography problem
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The goal in inverse electrocardiography (ECG) is to reconstruct cardiac electrical sources from body surface measurements and a mathematical model of torso-heart geometry that relates the sources to the measurements. This problem is ill-posed due to attenuation and smoothing that occur inside the thorax, and small errors in the measurements yield large reconstruction errors. To overcome this, ill-posedness, traditional regularization methods such as Tikhonov regularization and truncated singular value decom...
Effects of polarising signal on the steady-state threshold characteristics and dynamic behaviour of polarized MHO relays.
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Effects of geometric factors on mode I fracture toughness for modified ring tests
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Stress intensity factors of specimen models with various external diameters, inner hole diameters, and extents of flattened loading boundaries for the modified ring testing method for mode I fracture are computed by finite element modeling. Effects of boundary conditions and geometric factors on stress intensity factor computation are analyzed. Parametric expressions are proposed to estimate critical crack length position and corresponding maximum stress intensity factor. An expression in terms of inner hol...
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G. Yücel (Karakoç), “Effects of (II) on bod exertion modelling of the bod curve.,” Middle East Technical University, 1992.