If you happen to have the book "From Computer to Brain by William W.
Lytton" on page 331 and 332 he show the equations. And then on page
231 he runs the simulation of it. What I am trying to do, is to use
Maple a math software package, and make an application of this. Then
once I have it, I would like to be able to put in the effects of drugs
that children with Autism take, to see what happens.
Does this help ?
To explain my case a little bit more. I a disabled and home bound and
I have on way to get to a library to look things up or even talk to my
fellow professors that I use work with.
More help would be appreciated.
Professor of Mechanical Engineering and Mathematics
On Fri, 11 Apr 2003 18:47:27 -0400, Jake <jtrexel at ix.netcom.com>
>How do I parameterize these equations using time as the dependent
>variable ? v is for voltage, alpha is the alpha symbol and I have 3
>separate equations for alpha (n, h and n). I also want to be able to
>plot them together.
>>alpha(m)(v) = 4*exp(1-0.0556(v+65)
>alpha(h)(v) = 1/(1+exp-0.1(v+35))
>aplah(n)(v) = 0.125*exp(-0.0125*v + 65)
>>These are the Hodgkin-Huxley equations.