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    Perception of yellow color

    Binocular color rivalry works when there are two completely different images presented for two eyes, while my example is the same image presented to the two eyes but in different colors. So, again my questions: 1) Will the brain percerive a yellow color from two identical images from each eye...
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    Perception of yellow color

    It is a matter of fact that the perception of the yellow color occurs when the red and green sensitive-cones in human eyes are stimulated. I am interested to know whether this perception of the yellow color at the level of the brain happens instantaneously once the relevant parts of the brain...
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    Localization of the nerve problem by nerve conduction test

    I am interested to know if a signal processing technique can tell the location of the nerve impingement or compression from processing the nerve conduction test (NCT) signal. MRI sometimes fails to answer where the exact site of the compression along the nerve is.
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    Localization of the nerve problem by nerve conduction test

    I asked a specific question and I don`t have any reference for the answer which why I asked the question. If you have a specific answer (yes or no) just post it.
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    Localization of the nerve problem by nerve conduction test

    Given that we know the affected root and dermatome, can the nerve conduction test be used to localize the site of the nerve problem? I mean can it tell the distance of the pathology compressing on the nerve from the skin surface?
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    What does f(x,y) in the 2D CT image account for?

    Yes, this what I mean. I know Radon transform. No information about the contained materials. This information is the unknown coefficient that I need to solve. . Nothing is moving in my experiments. I am seeking to derive all information from 2 orthogonal projections only.
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    What does f(x,y) in the 2D CT image account for?

    But let`s assume that we expose only 2 pixels using 2 monochromatic photons one at a time in such a way that the photon traverses the first pixel and passes to the second one, then is received by sensor after it. {source}---------->[pixel 1]------>[pixel 2]----------> {sensor} Can we then be...
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    What does f(x,y) in the 2D CT image account for?

    1) So, what is the relation between PE and energy? Compton and energy? 2) Will a composite attenuation of 2 materials of different Z&ρ be linearly dependent at 2 different energies? For example, let`s expose 2 pixels containing 2 different materials to 2 beams of different energies one at a...
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    What does f(x,y) in the 2D CT image account for?

    What I read is that the attenuation coefficient based on Compton effect is proportioned to ρA/E, where ρ is the density, A is the effective atomic number and E is the energy. So if we have 2 tissues of different ρ and A, say ρ1, A1 and ρ2, A2 at a known E, will be their attenuation coefficients...
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    What does f(x,y) in the 2D CT image account for?

    What does f(x,y) in the 2D CT image account for? If for density, then which material is considered as a reference for that density? If for atomic number, then again which is the reference substance?
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