@inproceedings{321362e0bb5a476bafeebebe0e4901dd,

title = "A ventricular model with a 3-D fractal conduction network",

abstract = "A 3-D electrical model of the heart's ventricles is introduced. The model consists of 75 × 75 × 75 (or 421,875) cubical finite elements arranged inside a cube. Each of these elements can be defined as one of several types of cells, characterized by various electrophysiological attributes, such as conduction velocity and action potential shape. Inside this structure, a general geometrical form similar to the general shape of the heart's ventricles is defined. A specialized group of elements simulates the heart's conduction system. This group has the 3-D structure of a bifurcating, self-similar tree, which is connected to bundle branches and a bundle of His. Preliminary traces of the electrical activity of the model show similarity to physiological QRST complexes.",

author = "D. Eylon and A. Beker and S. Abboud and D. Sadeh",

year = "1992",

language = "אנגלית",

isbn = "081862485X",

series = "Computers in Cardiology",

publisher = "Publ by IEEE",

pages = "549--551",

booktitle = "Computers in Cardiology",

note = "null ; Conference date: 23-09-1991 Through 26-09-1991",

}