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1. Chaste: BidomainWithBathProblem Class Template Reference

std::vector< boost::shared_ptr. <. Detailed Description. Class which specifies and solves a bidomain problem. The solution vector is of the form: (V_1, phi_1, V_2, phi_2,. , ... V_N, phi_N), where V_j is the voltage at node j and phi_j is the

chaste.cs.ox.ac.uk/public-docs/classBidomainWithBathProblem.html- 55k - 6 Jul 2020 - Cached

2. Chaste: BidomainWithBathProblem Class Template Reference

Class which specifies and solves a bidomain problem. The solution vector is of the form: (V_1, phi_1, V_2, phi_2,. , ... V_N, phi_N), where V_j is the voltage at node j and phi_j is the extracellular potential at node j.

chaste.cs.ox.ac.uk/chaste/docs/release_3.3/classBidomainWithBathProblem.html- 34k - 15 Jan 2015 - Cached

3. Chaste: BidomainProblem Class Template Reference

Class which specifies and solves a bidomain problem. The solution vector is of the form: (V_1, phi_1, V_2, phi_2,. , ... Print out time and max/min voltage/phi_e values at current time. Implements AbstractCardiacProblem< DIM, 2 >. Definition at line 209

chaste.cs.ox.ac.uk/chaste/docs/release_1/classBidomainProblem.html- 45k - 24 Apr 2009 - Cached

4. ParliamentData

In [23]:. library(sgd) n1=dim(votes)[1] n2=dim(votes)[2] k=2 Phi=y.svd$u[,1:k] %% diag(sqrt(y.svd$d[1:k])) Psi=y.svd$v[,1:k] %% ... In [26]:. meanphi<-colMeans(Phi) ll<-apply(Phi,1,function(x) sqrt(sum((x-meanphi)2))) plot(nz,ll)

www.stats.ox.ac.uk/~sejdinov/teaching/dmml17/ParliamentData.html- 1367k - 15 Jan 2019 - Cached

5. Chaste: ExtendedBidomainProblem Class Template Reference

Hardcoded variable names are "V", "V_2" and "Phi_e" for the three variables. ... This method works out the transmembrane potential of the two cells (V and V_2) calculated as V = Phi_i_1 - Phi_e and V_2 = Phi_i_2-Phi_e.

chaste.cs.ox.ac.uk/chaste/docs/release_3.1/classExtendedBidomainProblem.html- 126k - 5 Nov 2012 - Cached

6. Chaste: heart/src/solver/electrics/extended_bidomain/AbstractExtendedBidomainSolver.cpp Source File

147 {. 148 if (((col_index-2)%3 == 0) && (col_index>1)) //phi_e column indices are 2,5,8,11 etc. ... 176 DistributedVector::Stripe distributed_rhs_phi_entries(distributed_rhs,2); // stripe number 2 -> phi_e.

chaste.cs.ox.ac.uk/public-docs/AbstractExtendedBidomainSolver_8cpp_source.html- 63k - 6 Jul 2020 - Cached

7. Chaste: ExtendedBidomainProblem Class Template Reference

Hardcoded variable names are "V", "V_2" and "Phi_e" for the three variables. ... This method works out the transmembrane potential of the two cells (V and V_2) calculated as V = Phi_i_1 - Phi_e and V_2 = Phi_i_2-Phi_e.

chaste.cs.ox.ac.uk/chaste/docs/release_3.2/classExtendedBidomainProblem.html- 142k - 29 May 2014 - Cached

8. Chaste: AdaptiveBidomainProblem Class Reference

Class which specifies and solves a bidomain problem using adaptivity. The solution vector is of the form: (V_1, phi_1, V_2, phi_2,. , ... vtu file. Generates mesh and initial conditions (on V, phi and ODE state variables).

chaste.cs.ox.ac.uk/chaste/docs/release_3.0/classAdaptiveBidomainProblem.html- 87k - 22 Dec 2011 - Cached

9. Chaste: BidomainWithBathProblem Class Template Reference

Class which specifies and solves a bidomain problem. The solution vector is of the form: (V_1, phi_1, V_2, phi_2,. , ... V_N, phi_N), where V_j is the voltage at node j and phi_j is the extracellular potential at node j.

chaste.cs.ox.ac.uk/chaste/docs/release_3.2/classBidomainWithBathProblem.html- 34k - 29 May 2014 - Cached

10. Chaste: AbstractCardiacPde Class Template Reference

Used when accessing the voltage components in the solution vector (because the solution vector is of the form (V_1, phi_1, V_2, phi_2,. , ... V_N, phi_N), where V_j is the voltage at node j and phi_j is the extracellular potential at node j.

chaste.cs.ox.ac.uk/chaste/docs/release_1.1/classAbstractCardiacPde.html- 64k - 4 Aug 2009 - Cached

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