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Ian Field i.field at virgin.net
Sat Mar 16 21:14:45 EST 2002


"Richard S. Norman" <rnorman at umich.edu> wrote in message
news:ah379ugmu29p18qu0flr57pa111cot97ee at 4ax.com...
> Serves you right for messing with AI mind!
>
> You are searching the wrong places.  My favorite web search engine
> is www.google.com.  Searching "Deep Brain Stimulation" and
> "Vagus Nerve Stimulation" produced a significant number of useful
> links.
>
> If you want research literature instead, you should be searching the
> National (US) Library of Medicine or PubMed at
>    http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/
>
>
> On Sat, 16 Mar 2002 12:59:05 -0000, "Ian Field" <i.field at virgin.net>
> wrote:
>
> >Thanks - but I was already aware of that, although since you mention them
I
> >suppose I could type them into the newsgroup searchbox and see what
> >happens - probably the same as when I tried DBS (Deep Brain Stimulation)
and
> >VNS (Vagus Nerve Stimulation). both of these searchterms are far more
> >specialised than the topic I'm looking for, but nothing I've tried so far
> >has produced a result. When I found bionet.neuroscience I thought I'd
found
> >it - but alas not!
> >
> >Additionally - yesterday I wasted a lot of time on a webpage with an AI
mind
> >robot that didn't seem to do very much, although when I typed "AI Mind =
> >Stupid!" it did have the smarts to call me stupid back!
> >
> >
> >"Bob Nienhuis" <nienhuis at wgn.net> wrote in message
> >news:3C92EC13.CB522CCB at wgn.net...
> >> Brainwaves are frequently referred to as spectral bands, eg; alpha,
> >> beta,
> >> delta, theta etc.
> >>
> >> Bob
> >> nienhuis at ucla.edu
> >>
> >> Ian Field wrote:
> >> >
> >> > Please could anyone suggest keywords to use for searching for
newsgroups
> >(or
> >> > any other resources) dealing with brainwaves (0.5 - 20Hz)?
> >> >
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google is just one of many excellent web hosted search engines rounded up by
my favourite; copernic2000. Did any of your results contain any significant
resource on the 0.5 - 20Hz "slow-wave" band of frequencies?


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