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1 secs) and the t-wave amplitude (default 500 uV). 2-1 ECG profile. 2-2 Simulation of sinus tachycardia. 2-3 Normal sinus rhythm generated using ecgsyn. Unfortunately, the ECGwaveGen script available at PhysioNet will not generate sinus tachycardia greater than 110 bpm. There is a second script at PhysioNet called ecgsyn. This script, based on the work of McSharry et al. (2003), allows the user to have more control over the morphology and frequency content. ecgsyn is a simulation of three coupled differential equations.

The user not familiar with MATLAB is strongly encouraged to be familiar with Appendix A, an introduction to the MATLAB programming language and environment. Functional programming languages are written as a set of definitions of functions and a composition of these functions to be executed. The execution of this composition can be sequential, like the imperative languages, or parallel. Some common examples are Scheme, Sisal, or Caml. Functional languages often include object-oriented properties.

In the repetitions of the visual counting task, the subjects were told to pick up counting where they left off in the previous trial. 2-2. To the greatest extent possible, the tests were performed without vocalization or physical movement. Each task was repeated five times, in each session. From the chart above, there were a total of 13 sessions; thus, there are 13 (sessions) Â 5 (tasks) Â 5 (trials per task) ¼ 325 trials in the complete dataset. The complete dataset is available as a MATLAB variable that is organized as a cell array.

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