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Fernandez Santoro, Elias Mateo (author)
The olivocerebellar system plays a central role in motor learning, crucially contributing to the coordination, precision and accurate timing of movements. The system is formed by Purkinje cells (PC), the Deep Cerebellar Nucleus (DCN) and Inferior Olive (IO). Its input activate the PC which produces simple (SS) and complex spikes (CS). The latter...
master thesis 2019
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Tchimino, Jack (author)
Signal Analysis techniques are routinely used in Neuroscience to interpret raw signals harvested from the Nervous System. From a simple Fourier analysis to more complicated methods such as multiresolution wavelet analysis, such techniques must be used for signal manipulation in order to reach informed conclusions on the measurements taking place...
master thesis 2018
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Ortiz Jimenez, Guillermo (author)
In this era of data deluge, we are overwhelmed with massive volumes of extremely complex datasets. Data generated today is complex because it lacks a clear geometric structure, comes in great volumes, and it often contains information from multiple domains. In this thesis, we address these issues and propose two theoretical frameworks to handle...
master thesis 2018
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Kotti, Sofia (author)
Clock synchronization among the nodes of a wireless acoustic sensor network (WASN) is a significant issue that affects the performance of multi-channel noise reduction schemes. Since independent sensors are utilized, each accompanied by its internal clock, clock offsets are inevitable, even if the mismatch in the sampling frequencies is...
master thesis 2018
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Bentvelsen, Joris (author), de Koeijer, Niels (author)
This report details the design and implementation of a subsystem within a localization system designed for the Bosch DICENTIS wireless conference system. The goal of this localization system is to determine the location of individual units. These units each contain a microphone and a loudspeaker and are used by the participants at a conference....
bachelor thesis 2018
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Maswan, Jelimo (author)
Atrial fibrillation (AF) is one of the more common clinical arrhythmias with a high morbidity and mortality. Despite this, the electrophysiological and pathological mechanisms associated with AF largely remain a mystery, encouraging the use of ever more sophisticated techniques to extract vital information for diagnostic and therapeutic purposes...
master thesis 2017
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