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Living systems are often maintained by information flows, and ,as such, they present interesting mathematical problems, for instance, in the modeling and analysis of spatial structures, self-organization, environmental interaction, behavior, and development. Biomedical signals extract information from the complex phenomena being measured, which are typically a time series having both a regular and random component. Solutions attempt to map general principles, which are used to model how the living systems work. Many researchers have been studying these problems because of their interesting mathematical features and because of their scientific importance. The focus of this special issue is the mathematical analysis and modeling of time series in living systems and biomedical signals. It is mostly interested in the related new development of both theoretical study and practical implementation, either with modeling, complexity, statistics, or signal transformation in living systems. We are soliciting original high-quality research papers on topics of interest connected with the living systems and biomedical signals. Potential topics include, but are not limited to:
Medical Imaging Signals And Systems Pdf Download
The Medical Imaging & Technology Alliance (MITA) which according to its web site represents companies whose sales comprise more than 90 percent of the global market for medical imaging technology announced yesterday that they "will add a color-coded warning system to give health care providers clear warning when they are doing scans that give patients potentially dangerous doses of radiation", according to Reuters and other news reports.
Only two weeks ago, the US Food and Drug Administrationannounced "an initiative to reduce unnecessary radiation exposure from three types of medical imaging procedures: computed tomography (CT), nuclear medicine studies, and fluoroscopy." The FDA is becoming concerned that patients are being unnecessarily exposed to radiation.
A breakthrough in noninvasive neural interfaces came with the discovery in 2010 that the signals picked up by high-density EMG, in which tens to hundreds of electrodes are fastened to the skin, can be disentangled, providing information about the commands sent by individual motor neurons in the spine. Such information had previously been obtained only with invasive electrodes in muscles or nerves. Our high-density surface electrodes provide good sampling over multiple locations, enabling us to identify and decode the activity of a relatively large proportion of the spinal motor neurons involved in a task. And we can now do it in real time, which suggests that we can develop noninvasive BMI systems based on signals from the spinal cord. 350c69d7ab