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Theory of excitable media

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Wiley , New York
Neural conduction -- Mathematical models., Action potentials (Electrophysiology) -- Mathematical models., Excitation (Physiology), Neural circu
StatementV.S. Markin, V.F. Pastushenko, Y.A. Chizmadzhev.
SeriesNonequilibrium problems in the physical sciences and biology,, v. 6
ContributionsPastushenko, V. F., Chizmadzhev, I͡U︡riĭ Aleksandrovich.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQP363 .M3413 1987
The Physical Object
Paginationxi, 303 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2384516M
ISBN 100471816760
LC Control Number87013373

This book is devoted to theoretical physics methods in the theory of excitable media. The analogy between biological excitable media and active media is well known in physics and this information gives impetus to the approach used in this book.

An excitable medium is a nonlinear dynamical system which has the capacity to propagate a wave of some description, and which cannot support the passing of another wave until a certain amount of time has passed (known as the refractory time).

A forest is an example of an excitable medium: if a wildfire burns through the forest, no fire can return to a burnt spot until the vegetation has gone. The analogy between biological excitable media and active media is well known in physics and this information gives impetus to the approach used in this book.

This book is the result of investigations on excitable media theory carried out by the Institute of Electrochemistry during the last decade in the USSR. The answer is found in the remediation or layer model of media, broached already in the introduction, wherein media are essentially nothing but formal containers housing other pieces of media.

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Spiral waves in diverse excitable media exhibit strikingly variegated behavior. Mechanistic interpretations of excitability in laboratory systems are commonly tested by comparing the wavelength, period, and meander patterns of the model’s spiral waves with laboratory observations, but models seem seldom to be rejected by such by: COVID Resources.

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