ISSN 0869-6632 (Print)
ISSN 2542-1905 (Online)


Problems of modeling and analysis of infrared thermo maps human brain

This paper presents the approaches and methods for modeling and analysis of the open human cerebral cortex IR-thermo maps. The main goal of the development is to solve fundamental problems: the selection of reliable informative features, which allow detecting abnormalities of the brain, to classify its types, and to delineate its boundaries. The created analytical tools are also directed to the studying fundamental problems related to the mechanisms of autoregulation and compensation in the brain.

Modeling of cardiac activity on the basis of maps: dynamics of single element

New computationally efficient model of cardiac activity is introduced. The model is a four-dimensional map based on well-known Luo–Rudy model. Capabilities of the model in replication of the basic cardiac cells’ properties are shown. Analysis of relationship between changes in individual parameters of the model and biophysical processes in real cardiac cells has been made. The model can reproduce two basic activity modes such as excitable and oscillatory regimes. Bifurcation mechanisms of transitions of between these regimes are investigated using phase space analysis.

Belykh attractor in Zaslavsky map and its transformation under smoothing

If we allow non-smooth or discontinuous functions in definition of an evolution operator for dynamical systems, then situations of quasi-hyperbolic chaotic dynamics often occur like, for example, on attractors in model Lozi map and in Belykh map.