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The pulsatile blood flow through the coronary circulation of the human heart has been represented by a simulation model, with classes of blood vessels being lumped together into compartments. Blood flo w within the heart muscle was obtained b y numerically solving coupled differential equations....
A simulation of central blindness in normal human subjects was produced by linking a high- accuracy eye position sensor with a computer visual display. This eye controlled system may be classified as a form of virtual reality for safely exploring the effects of visual defects, diseases, and...
Software is developed to simulate pressure- flow relationships and regulatory mecha nisms in the cardiovascular system. The core of the software is a set of state equations that characterizes the cardiovascular dynamics based on an analog electrical model. The state is propagated forward in time...
We present an example of how vision systems can be modeled and designed by integrating a top-down computationally- based approach with a bottom-up biologi cally-motivated architecture. The specific visual processing task we address is occlusion-based object segmentation — the discrimination of...
We present a general purpose discrete-event, stochastic simulation model (HARVEST) which can be used to model the population growth of a wide variety of animal species. A complete example is given with valida tion, to show how it can be used for managing the Eastern wild turkey. The structure of...
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