OTHER WORDS FROM aperiodica·pe·ri·od·i·cal·ly, adverba·pe·ri·o·dic·i·ty [ey-peer-ee-uh-dis-i-tee], /eɪˌpɪər i əˈdɪs ɪ ti/, noun
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How to use aperiodic in a sentence
This gives neuroscientists a new tool to dissect both the regular waves and the aperiodic activity in order to disentangle their roles in behavior, cognition and disease.
In their paper, Lendner and her co-authors argue that aperiodic signals can serve as a unique signature to measure a person’s state of consciousness.
Voytek’s code has driven a lot of recent research, but it isn’t the only game in town for aperiodic noise analysis.
With Voytek’s software, Lendner and her colleagues found that in the aperiodic noise of test subjects’ EEGs, the high-frequency activity dropped off faster during REM sleep than when they were awake.
In a new paper published in Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience, Schaworonkow and Voytek found large changes in aperiodic activity during the first seven months of life.
British Dictionary definitions for aperiodic
- (of a system or instrument) being damped sufficiently to reach equilibrium without oscillation
- (of an oscillation or vibration) not having a regular period
- (of an electrical circuit) not having a measurable resonant frequency