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What is Bioelectromagnetics

Encyclopedia of Information Science and Technology, Fourth Edition
A branch of science that describes the interaction of electromagnetic (EMW) waves with living organisms.
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Data Visualization Strategies for Computer Simulation in Bioelectromagnetics
Akram Gasmelseed (Qassim University, Saudi Arabia) and Ali H. Alharbi (Qassim University, Saudi Arabia)
Copyright: © 2018 |Pages: 11
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-5225-2255-3.ch108
Bioelectromagnetics is a branch of science that examines how living organisms interact with electromagnetic fields. In a broader sense, it is a discipline that spans the fields of signal processing, electromagnetics, medical imaging, physiology, medical physics, anatomy, occupational and environmental health, behavioral, and computer sciences. Due to its provision of interactive and flexible programming environment, this chapter describes a LabVIEW based data visualization system that has been implemented and used in bioelectromagnetics simulations. The graphical nature of the LabVIEW programming environment makes it very easy to create a sophisticated application in a minimum amount of time, especially when compared to designing graphical user interfaces in a low-level programming language.
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