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Volume Conductor Models of the Thorax and the Head

MODEL TYPE BASIC MODEL COMPONENTS APPLICATION

Homog. Inhomogeneities included Anisotropy

Lungs + Heart + Intrac blood + Other blood + Other
Finite Difference Method



Tasmania

ECG



Bath

Skeletal muscle ECG,MCG





RGI
ECG,MCG,EEG




Minnes

ICG
Finite Element Method




Utah
ECG




Wisc

Defibr.





Seattle
Defibr
Boundary Element Method


Nijmegen


ECG



Tasmania


ECG
StLouis
StLouis



ECG



DalhU


ECG



HUT


ECG



Montreal


ECG
IBBE





ECG

N-K Jap




ECG



Philips


ECG



Graz


ECG


Montreal



Anisotr. propag.


DalhU



Anisotr. propag.


N-K Jap



Anisotr. propag.


RESEARCH INSTITUTES CONTACT PERSON
Bath University of Bath, Bath, UK Donald M Monro
Stuart W Edwards
DalhU Dalhousie University, Halifax, Canada Gerhard Stroink
Graz Graz University of Technology, Graz, Austria Paul Wach
HUT Helsinki University of Technology, Helsinki, Finland Toivo Katila
IBBE Institute of Biocybernetics and Biomedical Engineering, Warsaw, Poland
N-K Jap Nihon Kohden Inc., Japan Daming Wei
Philips Philips GmbH, Research Dept., Technical Systems, Hamburg, Germany
RGI Ragnar Granit Institute, Tampere, Finland Jaakko Malmivuo
Jari Hyttinen
StLouis Washington University, St. Louis, USA Martin Arthur
Montreal Institut de Génie Biomédical, Ecole Polytechnique, Université de Montreal, Montreal, Canada Ramesh Gulrajani
Nijmegen University of Nijmegen, Nijmegen, The Netherlands Adriaan van Oosterom
Thom Oostendorp
Tasmania University of Tasmania, Hobart, Australia David Kilpatrick
Peter Johnston
Utah University of Utah, Salt Lake City, USA Robert S. MacLeod
Christopher R. Johnson

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Revised 1997.09.04