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Biological Systems Modeling
Weight synchronization in feedforward neural networks and a novel method to detect synchrony patterns

Hossein Banki-Koshki; Seyyed Ali Seyyedsalehi

Volume 17, Issue 2 , September 2023, , Pages 100-110

  Neuronal synchronization as a significant cognitive phenomenon of the human brain, has attracted the interest of neuroscience researchers in recent years. This phenomenon is generally investigated in discrete and continuous neuronal models or experimentally recorded signals of the brain. In this study, ...  Read More

Biological Systems Modeling
Proposal and Mathematical Analysis of a New Fractional-order Model to Describe the Transmission of COVID-19

Arman Marzban; Elham Amini Boroujeni

Volume 16, Issue 4 , March 2023, , Pages 31-40

  Considering that mathematical modeling is helpful in describing and analyzing the behavior of epidemic diseases. On the other hand, the accuracy and degree of freedom in modeling fractional order systems are more than that of integer order systems due to the presence of long-term memory property. This ...  Read More

Biological Systems Modeling
Determination of Proper Parameters for Selective Electrical Stimulation of Myelinated Peripheral Nerve Fibers with HFAC using Computational Simulation

Mohsen Kamelian Rad; Mohammad Ali Ahmadi Pajouh; Mehrdad Saviz

Volume 15, Issue 2 , August 2021, , Pages 175-186

  Transcutaneous electrical stimulation of peripheral nerve fibers has always been an important field of research. Many studies indicate the possibility to block the conduction of nerve fibers by using high frequency alternating currents (HFAC). According to the fact that the stimulation of narrower fibers ...  Read More

Biological Systems Modeling
Modeling Parkinsonian Gait and Investigating some Approaches to Increase the Gait Speed

Seyede Fatemeh Ghoreishian Amiri; Mohammad Pooyan

Volume 14, Issue 4 , February 2021, , Pages 321-331

  Parkinson's disease (PD) is a neurological disorder that mainly affects dopamine-producing neurons and motor system. The most obvious symptoms of PD are tremor, slow movement, stiffness and difficulty with walking. Walking in PD is slower than normal walking. In this paper, the gait in patients ...  Read More