neurodynamic

neurodynamic

 [noor″o-di-nam´ik]
pertaining to nervous energy.

neu·ro·dy·nam·ic

(nū'rō-dī-nam'ik),
Pertaining to nervous energy.
[neuro- + G. dynamis, force]

neu·ro·dy·nam·ic

(nūr'ō-dī-nam'ik)
Pertaining to nervous energy.
[neuro- + G. dynamis, force]

neurodynamic

pertaining to nervous energy.
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Passive neurodynamic mobilization has been shown to promote nerve function by limiting or altering intraneural fluid accumulation, preventing the adverse effects of intraneural edema.
DREAM relies on Evo- lutionary Neurodynamic ensemble methods (Fernando et al, 2012 Frontiers in Comp Neuro; Bellas et al.
Awareness is an experience, which in neurodynamic terms is a transient state.
Subsequent chapters discuss the foundation of traditional Q-learning-based optimal adaptive controllers for finite and infinite horizons; quantization effects for linear and nonlinear networked control systems; a two-player zero-sum game-theoretic formulation for linear systems in input-output form enclosed by a communication network; the stochastic optimal control of nonlinear networked control systems by using neurodynamic programming; stochastic optimal design for a nonlinear two-player zero-sum game under communication constraints; distributed joint optimal network scheduling and control design for wireless networked control systems; event-sampled distributed networked control systems; and the effect of network protocols on controller design.
Xiong, "Energy-efficient tracking control for wheeled mobile robots based on bioinspired neurodynamic," Journal of Computational Information Systems, vol.
Upper limb neurodynamic tests have become a commonly used clinical tool in the assessment and diagnosis of peripheral neuropathic pain.
The latest methods ranging from neurodynamic mobilization of the radial nerve, to base-of-thumb splinting, to combining balneotherapy with magnetotherapy, and to leech therapy are greatly diverse and have demonstrated improved pain levels, stiffness, mobility, strength, and daily activities.
An investigation to compare the effectiveness of carpal bone mobilization and neurodynamic mobilization as methods of treatment for carpal tunnel syndrome.
36) To get a sense of how underexploited existing AI really is, consider that in 2008 an MIT researcher (and former F-15C pilot) successfully executed machine-learned, real-time, basic fighter maneuvering using a neurodynamic programming technique in a flight-test lab.
2013) Effects of a neurodynamic sliding technique on hamstring flexibility in healthy male soccer players.