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Just why the neurons in or near a focal cortical lesion discharge abnormally is not fully understood. Some of the electrical properties of a cortical epileptogenic focus suggest that its neurons have been deafferented. Such neurons are known to be hyperexcitable, and they may remain so chronically, in a state of partial depolarization, able to re irregularly at rates as high as 700 to 1000 per second. The cytoplasmic membranes of such cells appear to have an increased ionic permeability, which renders them susceptible to activation by hyperthermia, hypoxia, hypoglycemia, hypocalcemia, and hyponatremia as well as by repeated sensory (e.g., photic) stimulation and during certain phases of sleep (where hypersynchrony of neurons is known to occur). As an example, epileptic foci induced in the animal cortex by the application of penicillin are characterized by spontaneous interictal discharges, during which the neurons of the discharging focus exhibit large, presumably Ca-mediated paroxysmal depolarizing shifts (PDSs), followed by prolonged after-hyperpolarizations (AHPs). The latter also are due in part to Ca-dependent K currents but are better explained by enhanced synaptic inhibition. The PDSs occur synchronously in the penicillin focus and summate to produce surface-recorded interictal EEG spikes; the AHPs correspond to the slow wave of the EEG spike-and-wave complex (Engel). The neurons surrounding the epileptogenic focus are hyperpolarized from the beginning and are inhibitory and release gamma aminobutyric acid. Seizure spread probably depends on any factor or agent that activates neurons in the focus or inhibits those surrounding it. The precise mechanisms that govern the transition from a circumscribed interictal discharge to a widespread seizure state are not understood. Biochemical studies of neurons from a seizure focus have not greatly clari ed the problem. Levels of extracellular K are found to be elevated in glial scars near epileptic foci, and a defect in voltage-sensitive Ca channels has also been postulated. Epileptic foci are known to be sensitive to acetylcholine and to be slower in binding and removing it than is normal cerebral cortex. A de ciency of the inhibitory neurotransmitter GABA, increased glycine, decreased taurine, and either decreased or increased glutamic acid have been variously reported in excised human epileptogenic tissue, but whether these changes are the cause or result of seizure activity has not been determined. The interpretation of reported abnormalities of GABA, biogenic amines, and acetylcholine in the cerebrospinal uid (CSF) of epileptic patients poses similar dif culties. Concurrent EEG recordings from an epileptogenic cortical focus and subcortical, thalamic, and brainstem centers in the animal model have enabled investigators to construct a sequence of electrical and clinical events that characterize an evolving focal seizure. Firing of the involved neurons in the cortical focus is re ected in the EEG as a series of periodic spike discharges, which increase progressively in amplitude and frequency. Once the intensity of the seizure discharge exceeds a certain point, it overcomes the inhibitory in uence of surrounding neurons and spreads to neighboring cortical regions via short corticocortical synaptic connections. If the abnormal discharge remains con ned to the cortical focus and the immediate surrounding cortex, there are probably no clinical symptoms or signs of seizure, and the EEG abnormality that persists during the interseizure period re ects this restricted type of abnormal cortical activity. A provocative new nding, based on sophisticated mathematical analysis of EEG tracings, demonstrates subtle electrographic changes up to several minutes before the ictal discharge (see LeVan Quyen
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Discuss the pole locations and the expected characteristics of the response. 2. Find the discrete-time equivalent model assuming that the position x is measured at 0.1 Hz. 3. Is the entire state observable 4. Find the estimator gain vector that yields discrete-time estimator poles at p = [0.85 j0.15, 0.75]. 5. Let a = g = 0. A series of noise corrupted measurements and the MATLAB le to produce them is posted on the book s web site. Implement the state estimator and generate plots of the state estimates and the residual measurements.
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diagram and look closely at it, before we begin construction. The APM power receiver consists mainly of diodes and capacitors and you will recall that both of these type of components have polarity which must be observed for the circuit to function correctly. The diodes used in the APM circuit are germanium diodes and NOT silicon diodes which have a voltage drop. Diodes will have either a white or black band at one side of the diode s body. This colored band denotes the cathode end of the diode. When installing the diodes on the PC board make sure you observe the correct placement of all the diodes. The APM circuit utilizes various capacitors, both electrolytic and non-electrolytic types. Electrolytic capacitors are often larger size capacitors with larger values. Electrolytic capacitors have polarity and may have either a black or white color bands with plus or minus marking at one end of the capacitor body. When installing the electrolytic capacitors make sure that you orient the capacitors correctly with respect to the circuit diagram. The chart in Table 17-1 may help you to identify the small value capacitors. In many instances, small value/size capacitors often use a three-digit code to represent a capacitor value. Once all the components have been placed on the PC board, you can take a short break and when we return we will inspect the circuit board for possible short circuits and cold solder joints. Pick up the circuit board with the foil side facing upwards toward you. Look over the board carefully and inspect the solder connections. The solder joints should all look clean, smooth and shiny. If any of the solder joints look dull, dirty or blobby then remove the solder from the joint and re-solder the connection over again so that it looks good. Next we will inspect the circuit board for any short circuit which could result from solder blobs or remaining component leads left from the building process. A component lead resting across a PC trace can result in a short circuit which could cause the circuit to fail. Once you are satisfied that your circuit looks good, you can move on to testing the APM receiver. First you will need to attach a good antenna ground connection to the APM receiver module.
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often have a very conservative approach to investing, so this must be taken in to account when they decide what options strategies to apply to a portfolio. When using options with this investment objective, you must keep in mind that options by nature are limited because they cannot be held inde nitely. Options must have an expiration date; therefore, as a risk management strategy they are somewhat short term in nature. By short term we mean, even long-term expiration options are three years or less. This does not mean that options cannot be used in a portfolio with the above objective. Quite the opposite is true. Options can help build signi cant value by capturing premium through writing options, limiting risk during periods of instability to preserve portfolio value, and de ning risk on higher risk and aggressive positions. Long-term investment objectives are an ideal situations for adding option trading to the portfolio. If the portfolio has more of a xed long-term structure and goals, many option strategies are open for the long-term bene t of the portfolio. Investors with this objective are often viewed as averse to risk and often reject options based on the common view that options are risky, however, with the right strategy option trading can improve risk management. A lifestyle type of investor often has a much different objective. The investor is likely to be more willing to speculate with the objective to make my life better today and tomorrow or to simply increase my wealth. A lifestyle type of investor is going to expect a more signi cant return on investment in a much shorter period of time. This type is not necessarily a sophisticated or quali ed investor, so you must be clear on the risk suitability for investing with options. Volatility is going to be much more of a signi cant factor because frequently smaller, less sophisticated investors have monetary risk
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