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Stimulation in the noise-driven system.

By Peter Neal Taylor (615887), Yujiang Wang (615885), Marc Goodfellow (615886), Justin Dauwels (677854), Friederike Moeller (114150), Ulrich Stephani (364671) and Gerold Baier (615888)


<p><b>(a)</b> Two examples of the same simulation timing and amplitude in the same seizure, but with varied outcomes. Different noise inputs were used after the stimulation for the two examples. <b>(b)</b> The effect of different noise inputs (y axis) is scanned depending on the ensuing seizure duration (colour code). As in (a), different noise inputs were used following the stimulation. The stimulus amplitude was constant (−0.0825) for the whole scan. <b>(c)</b> The top bar indicates the success rate (derived from the data in (b)) at each stimulation time point, which is then applied as a colour code to the actual SWD time series. <b>(d)</b> The success rate is also scanned for different stimulation amplitudes. In essence the strip in (c) is a row in (d), indicated by a grey bar.</p

Topics: Uncategorised, stimulation, state space, SW seizures, Epileptic Seizure Abatement
Year: 2014
DOI identifier: 10.1371/journal.pone.0114316.g006
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