Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology/Electromyography and Motor Control (Electroencephalogr Clin Neurophysiol Electromyogr Mot Contr )

Publisher: International Federation of Societies for Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology; International Federation of Clinical Neurophysiology, Elsevier

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Electrochimica Acta publishes original papers and critical reviews in the field of pure and applied electrochemistry by both members and nonmembers of the society. The areas covered include: fundamental interfacial electrochemistry, electrode and electrolyte materials, analytical electrochemistry, molecular electrochemistry, electrochemical energy conversion, corrosion, electrodeposition and surface treatment, industrial electrochemistry and electrochemical engineering, organic and bioelectrochemistry, electrochemical kinetics and electro-analysis, electrochemical physics and electrochemical dynamics. Short communications of extreme topical interest are published when possible in camera-ready form, to ensure the rapid dissemination of knowledge. International Society of Electrochemistry (ISE) founded in 1949 by leading European and American Electrochemists to serve the growing needs of electrochemistry as a scientific discipline. Electrochimica Acta is the official journal of the ISE. Visit their homepage at http://www.access.ch/ise

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  • Other titles
    Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology, Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology., Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology., Evoked potentials, Electromyography & motor control, EMG & motor control, EEG journal
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    0924-980X
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    1567742
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  • Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology/Electromyography and Motor Control 01/2008;
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    ABSTRACT: The aim of this paper is to explain how the research interests of a university group have been matched with the real needs of a distribution company team working in the field. It describes a case study of technology transfer, from research, through prototyping, to the market. This paper also addresses the formulation and the main evolutionary computation techniques used to deal with the problem of optimal distribution planning. The integration of all systems currently in operation is a priority of EDP distribution. The strategy is to arrive at a situation where those systems become modules of an integration platform. The infrastructure for this integration platform is a geographic information system. In the paper we describe the integration of DPlan in this platform
    Power Tech Proceedings, 2001 IEEE Porto; 02/2001
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    ABSTRACT: Numerical simulations have been carried out to investigate the performance of moderate-Z loads with higher current machines. In particular, the scaling of radiation emission with masses and velocities ranging from 0.5 mg/cm to 30 mg/cm, and from 30 cm/μs to 60 cm/μs respectively, have been considered. Such values are consistent with peak currents above 8 MA. The simulations which will be presented are focused on one-dimensional radiation hydrodynamic calculations where the risetime and peak power of the radiation pulse are considered to result primarily from the thermalization of kinetic energy at stagnation. To this end, the influence of electron-ion coupling and plasma opacity on radiative properties will be examined in detail. The importance of the two dimensional nature of the pinch and magnetic field effects will also be addressed for a small number of cases. The results of this study will be compared with recent experiments on the Z accelerator at Sandia National Laboratories where Titanium, Stainless Steel, and Copper arrays were used to look at scaling of K-shell emissions
    Pulsed Power Plasma Science, 2001. IEEE Conference Record - Abstracts; 02/2001
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    ABSTRACT: This paper describes the evolution of technology assessment, environmental impact assessment and strategic environmental assessment. The authors think that strategic environmental assessment is the critical tool for sustainable development, and they suggest that public involvement and advances in methods of SEA are needed
    Change Management and the New Industrial Revolution, 2001. IEMC '01 Proceedings.; 02/2001
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    ABSTRACT: This paper explores growing public and organizational interest in commercialization of products based on revolutionary technologies such as nanotechnology and biotechnology. International knowledge dynamics and organizational participation is analyzed. The analysis concludes that learning has occurred and that at least with respect to nanotechnology we begin to see the reality of global integration
    Change Management and the New Industrial Revolution, 2001. IEMC '01 Proceedings.; 02/2001
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    ABSTRACT: Building on the resource-based view of the firm and the theory of dynamic capabilities, coupled with investigations of 112 Chinese firms and studies on leading foreign corporations, a theoretical framework of the dynamic capabilities-based strategy innovation (SI) is put forward and analyzed empirically. This paper complements previous publications on the theories of strategy and innovation. The dynamic capabilities-based SI is the key to wealth creation; it helps to build and sustain competitive advantage through developing and leveraging assets and competencies and to delight customers through enhancing customer satisfaction and loyalty. It is concluded that SI is the only path for firm's growth, especially Chinese enterprise in intensified competition in the knowledge economy. Some theoretical and policy implications are addressed. Further studies are to answer two crucial questions such as: what preconditions encourage effective new strategies to emerge in one firm and not in another?; and what is the mechanism of the dynamic capabilities-based SI?
    Change Management and the New Industrial Revolution, 2001. IEMC '01 Proceedings.; 02/2001
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    ABSTRACT: High current density and simplicity of practical embodiment of the hollow cathode glow discharge favor its use in plasma and charged particle sources. Although, if operating pressure is lower than 10<sup>-4</sup> Torr, the discharge voltage usually exceeds 1 kV. One of the possible ways of reducing the discharge voltage is to provide additional energetic electrons for the discharge plasma using auxiliary electron emitter. Since the electron fraction of the cathode current is low, the injection of electrons has a significant effect on the discharge parameters. Along with the discharge voltage reduction, the minimum operating pressure was decreased, as well as energy efficiency of ion beam generation was enhanced. Also the gas ion beam contamination by metal ions dropped due to lower sputtering. Uniformity and stability of plasma parameters of the hollow cathode glow discharge with external electron injection allow to produce high-quality ion beams with large cross-section. Operating pressure reduction by means of electron injection into the cathode cavity provides ion beam formation in a wide range of accelerating voltage without accelerating gap breakdown. The ion source based on the hollow cathode glow discharge with electron injection provides beams of gas ions (O, N, Ar, He) accelerated by voltage ranging from 100 V to 30 kV, with current of up to 20 mA (DC mode), and 2 A (pulsed mode). The gas plasma generator based on this principle produces uniform plasma with density of 371010 cm<sup>-3</sup> over the vacuum vessel of volume 0.2 m<sup>3</sup>, at operating gas pressure of 10<sup>-3</sup> -10<sup>-4</sup> Torr
    Pulsed Power Plasma Science, 2001. IEEE Conference Record - Abstracts; 02/2001
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    ABSTRACT: Traditionally, distribution systems are based on aerial networks. In some cases, such as in historical centers where the aesthetic aspect must be considered, an underground system is more adequate, but presents higher costs. Besides, placing of transformers can also be troublesome. In order to reduce costs and considering the possibility of flooding in some areas and space restrictions, a compromise solution should be sought. This work intends to develop a method to make the best allocation of the primary and secondary network systems in a site with the aforementioned characteristics. A comparative analysis of the costs and features of a number of systems for a study case is presented
    Power Tech Proceedings, 2001 IEEE Porto; 02/2001
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    ABSTRACT: This work presents a digital adaptive power system stabilizer (PSS) which operates in a gain scheduling scheme. Its parameters are designed for several differently selected operating points in a PxQ plane (active and reactive powers), and saved offline under the form of a look-up table in the microcomputer that implements the control action. The complete set of all designed PSSs is called a local compensator network (LCN). During working, the a fuzzy logic based supervisor identifies the current operating point, and synthesizes the PSS parameters from the LCN. The test presented shows good performance for this PSS, when compared to a conventional (nonadaptive) one
    Power Tech Proceedings, 2001 IEEE Porto; 02/2001
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    ABSTRACT: Reliability and power quality are more important today than they have ever been for electricity and electric appliances providers, and electricity consumers. At the same time, the electric power industry around the world copes with reorganization, cost cutting, competition, and changes in regulatory structure. This also takes place in Poland. This paper presents the key problems of reliability and power quality assessment and improvement facing the Polish electric power system in the "new" era. Experiences with generation reliability evaluation using own GRA (Generating Reliability Assessment) computer program and with transmission system reliability assessment using EPRI TRELSS computer program are also described
    Power Tech Proceedings, 2001 IEEE Porto; 02/2001
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    ABSTRACT: This paper presents studies carried out on the Hellenic system in order to assess the effect of the existence of only one main interconnection with the rest Balkan system, the Bulgaria interconnection. The dynamic behavior is analyzed for selected disturbances and shows that for large generation loss in the Greek network there is isolation of the Greek system, due to the short activation time of the Bulgaria overload protective device. In this case load shedding is necessary for safety reasons. In general it is concluded that the Greek system remains stable, even in large disturbances
    Power Tech Proceedings, 2001 IEEE Porto; 02/2001
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    ABSTRACT: The results of investigations of the quasioptical resonance systems in the millimeter wave-band are presented in this paper. Characteristics of the two-mirror resonators with different inclusions, properties of connection with outer tracks, dispersion characteristics, and multimirror systems were considered.
    Microwave and Telecommunication Technology, 2001. CriMiCo 2001. 11th International Conference on; 02/2001
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    ABSTRACT: The concepts developed through this report are based on the results of TRV studies carried out to define the main data of the new circuit breakers of the second switchyard of Brazil's Tucurui power plant. Tucurui is the largest Brazilian generating station. This power plant, located in the North of Brazil, with two power houses and two air-insulated switching substations, will generate, transform and transmit about 9 GVA. In order to reduce the short circuit level to a suitable value, it was decided to make use of a set of air-insulated series reactors connecting both switchyards at the level of 550 W. The objective of this paper is to show some flashes of the studies developed during the phase of specifications of the circuit breakers of these reactors
    Power Tech Proceedings, 2001 IEEE Porto; 02/2001
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    ABSTRACT: This paper develops an efficient algorithm, based on the simulation of the generation system and the application of evolutionary algorithms, for solving the short-term thermal scheduling (STTS) problem. But beyond the usual power balance equation and bounds on variables, this formulation can handle some other important aspects of thermal units, such as turbine valving effects or environmental constraints, which are rarely taken into account. Besides, since this approach can deal with several units and load demand nodes, a graphic interface to define completely the topology of the power system was also developed. Therefore, if necessary, transmission losses can be easily estimated with the help of a DC power flow
    Power Tech Proceedings, 2001 IEEE Porto; 02/2001
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    ABSTRACT: Many vacuum electron devices are based on the interaction between an electron beam and the electromagnetic fields of resonators. Modeling and simulation of these devices became a key element in their development. The simulation code MAGY developed primarily to model gyrodevices, can treat structures which are axisymmetric and defined by a single-valued wall radius profile, rw(z). While this allows for the simulation of interaction structures consisting of simple pill box shaped cavities, it does not allow for the simulation of interaction structures with re-entrant cavities. We have developed and implemented a formulation in MAGY that can treat such cases. It consist of dividing space into a simulation region defined by a single-valued rw(z) and cavities external to this region. The fields in the cavities are expanded in modes and couple to the fields in the simulation region at the points on boundary, rw(z). The stability, convergence and accuracy issues of the new algorithm were studied. The results of MAGY simulations were compared with known analytical and numerical solutions for electron devices with external resonators. The advantages and limits of the new approach will be also discussed
    Pulsed Power Plasma Science, 2001. IEEE Conference Record - Abstracts; 02/2001
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    ABSTRACT: In spite of the importance of staying close to their buyers, many marketers feel it is impossible to identify needs for new products through marketing research. They feel that consumer respondents simply cannot describe their wants and needs for products which are not currently on the market. This paper describes two qualitative approaches for co-creating new product concepts with consumers. The two approaches involve (1) mini-concepts (verb-object combinations representing new product functions), and (2) casting ideas as "CADWOs" or, new products people feel they cannot do without
    Change Management and the New Industrial Revolution, 2001. IEMC '01 Proceedings.; 02/2001
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    ABSTRACT: The complexity of intelligent transport systems requires simulation methods for systems evaluation towards deployment and service provisioning. This paper proposes a dynamic simulator that enables efficient analysis and evaluation of information networking services over ITS environment from not only transport view but also telecommunication view. It also discusses the effective use of the proposed simulation system by using a simulation example
    Vehicle Electronics Conference, 2001. IVEC 2001. Proceedings of the IEEE International; 02/2001
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    ABSTRACT: Summary form only given. The X pinch is an intense source of X-ray radiation in the 1.5-8 keV range. Individual x-ray sources produced within an X pinch exist for <1 ns and are emitted from a source <1 mum in diameter. In the past, spectroscopic investigations of the soft X-ray radiation emitted from X pinches have largely been limited to time-integrated measurements. These measurements indicated electron temperatures of 500-1300 eV, depending on wire material, and in some cases densities in excess of 10<sup>22</sup>/cm<sup>3</sup>. Additional measurements imply a volume power density> 10<sup>21</sup> W/cm<sup>3 </sup> and a surface flux > 10<sup>16</sup> W/cm<sup>2</sup> for the X-ray source. Time-resolved spectroscopic measurements of the radiation from X pinches will be presented that use a spherically bent mica crystal (R = 100-186 mm) and a Kentech X-ray streak camera with time resolution of <100 ps in a slitless scheme. The spectra of the soft X-ray radiation from. Al, Ti, NiCr, Nb and Mo X pinches obtained using Bragg angles near 45 degrees will be presented. The large angle allows us to place the crystal far from the X pinch, thereby preventing damage to the crystal and allowing a large spectral range. The previous time-integrated spectra and numerical spectral modeling were used to guide our choice of spectral lines that have been viewed with the streak camera. We will present time-resolved estimates for the electron temperature and density based on line ratios in H-, He-, and Ne-like ion spectra and/or the presence or absence of specific density-sensitive spectral lines
    Pulsed Power Plasma Science, 2001. IEEE Conference Record - Abstracts; 02/2001
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    ABSTRACT: This article highlights some of the potential pitfalls that may be encountered when attempting to commercialize university-developed software technologies. The authors use a case study of a recent project that successfully transferred a university developed software product to a local firm. (The success of the product in the marketplace is not yet known). Several obstacles were encountered during the commercialization, any one of which could have completely halted the process. Their purpose for this article and presentation is to alert others to these potential problems and show how they were able to overcome them. The lessons learned should-help any company or university attempting to transfer technology
    Change Management and the New Industrial Revolution, 2001. IEMC '01 Proceedings.; 02/2001