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"Estimation of possible selectivity and sensitivity
a cooperative system to low-intensive microwave radiation".
(Talk made on the
"Electromagnetic Hypersensitivity, 2nd Copenhagen Conference", Copenhagen,
Published in "Physics of the Alive", Vol.3, No.1, 1995, p.38-39.
"Selectivity improvement of olfactory projection
neurons at low concentration of odors"
(Talk made online October 2, 2020 to students of Medical Faculty of
Yozgat Bozok University (Turkey)).
Abstract: A possible mechanism that provides increased selectivity of olfactory bulb projection neurons, as compared
to that of the primary olfactory receptor neurons, has been proposed. The mechanism operates at low concentrations
of the odor molecules, when the lateral inhibition mechanism becomes inefficient. The mechanism proposed is based
on a threshold-type reaction to the stimuli received by a projection neuron from a few receptor neurons, the stochastic
nature of these stimuli, and the existence of electrical leakage in the projection neurons. The mechanism operates
at the level of the single individual projection neuron and does not require the involvement of other bulbar neurons.
(see paper, or
"Calculating permutation entropy without permutations"
(Talk made online March 11, 2021 at Bogolyubov Readings (Kyiv)).
Abstract: A method for analyzing sequential data sets, similar to the permutation entropy one,
is discussed. The characteristic features of this method are as follows: it preserves information about equal values,
if any, in the embedding vectors; it is exempt from combinatorics; and it delivers the same entropy
value as does the permutation method, provided the embedding vectors do not have equal components.
In the latter case, this method can be used instead of the permutation one. If embedding vectors have equal
components, this method could be more precise in discriminating between similar data sets.
(see paper, or
Zoom extended Seminar talk (Ukrainian)