Assessment Of Neural Function

  • Published: Jun 9, 2005
  • Earliest Priority: Nov 28 2003
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Assessment of one of the sensory nervous systems of a human subject using patterns of null and non-null stimuli. Parts of the visual system for example, are presented with two simultaneous sequences of stimuli. Each sequence is varied over time between a null stimulus and one or more less frequent non-null stimuli. The variation of each sequence is also controlled so that neighbouring parts of the sensory system are less likely to receive simultaneous non-null stimuli. The stimuli are therefore sparse both in time and in some other aspect, typically a spatial dimension. One or more responses of the subject are measured and weight functions are determined for assessment of the sensory system.

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  • Publication: Jun 9, 2005
  • Application: Nov 29, 2004
    WO AU 2004/001656 W
  • Priority: Nov 28, 2003
    AU AU 2003/906589 A

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