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Aneta Stefanovska
Aneta Stefanovska
Professor of Biomedical Physics, Lancaster University
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Wavelet analysis of oscillations in the peripheral blood circulation measured by laser Doppler technique
A Stefanovska, M Bracic, HD Kvernmo
IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering 46 (10), 1230-1239, 1999
8401999
Commentary on viewpoint: the human cutaneous circulation as a model of generalized microvascular function
A Stefanovska
Journal of Applied Physiology 105 (1), 387-387, 2008
599*2008
Physics of the human cardiovascular system
A Stefanovska, M Bracic
Contemporary Physics 40 (1), 31-55, 1999
4271999
Low-frequency oscillations of the laser Doppler perfusion signal in human skin
P Kvandal, SA Landsverk, A Bernjak, A Stefanovska, HD Kvernmo, ...
Microvascular research 72 (3), 120-127, 2006
4212006
Oscillations in the human cutaneous blood perfusion signal modified by endothelium-dependent and endothelium-independent vasodilators
HD Kvernmo, A Stefanovska, KA Kirkebøen, K Kvernebo
Microvascular research 57 (3), 298-309, 1999
3791999
Regulation of human cutaneous circulation evaluated by laser Doppler flowmetry, iontophoresis, and spectral analysis: importance of nitric oxide and prostaglandines
P Kvandal, A Stefanovska, M Veber, HD Kvermmo, KA Kirkebøen
Microvascular research 65 (3), 160-171, 2003
3642003
Nonlinear dynamics of cardiovascular ageing
Y Shiogai, A Stefanovska, PVE McClintock
Physics reports 488 (2-3), 51-110, 2010
3372010
Surrogate data for hypothesis testing of physical systems
G Lancaster, D Iatsenko, A Pidde, V Ticcinelli, A Stefanovska
Physics Reports 748, 1-60, 2018
3162018
Involvement of sympathetic nerve activity in skin blood flow oscillations in humans
T Soderstrom, A Stefanovska, M Veber, H Svensson
American Journal of Physiology-Heart and Circulatory Physiology 284 (5 …, 2003
3132003
Wavelet-based analysis of human blood-flow dynamics
M Bračič, A Stefanovska
Bulletin of mathematical biology 60 (5), 919-935, 1998
2941998
Direction of coupling from phases of interacting oscillators: An information-theoretic approach
M Paluš, A Stefanovska
Physical Review E 67 (5), 055201, 2003
2752003
Coupling functions: Universal insights into dynamical interaction mechanisms
T Stankovski, T Pereira, PVE McClintock, A Stefanovska
Reviews of Modern Physics 89 (4), 045001, 2017
2532017
Linear and synchrosqueezed time–frequency representations revisited: Overview, standards of use, resolution, reconstruction, concentration, and algorithms
D Iatsenko, PVE McClintock, A Stefanovska
Digital Signal Processing 42, 1-26, 2015
230*2015
Spectral analysis of the laser Doppler perfusion signal in human skin before and after exercise
HD Kvernmo, A Stefanovska, M Bracic, KA Kirkebøen, K Kvernebo
Microvascular research 56 (3), 173-182, 1998
2291998
Reversible transitions between synchronization states of the cardiorespiratory system
A Stefanovska, H Haken, PVE McClintock, M Hožič, F Bajrović, S Ribarič
Physical review letters 85 (22), 4831, 2000
2132000
Synchronization and modulation in the human cardiorespiratory system
MB Lotrič, A Stefanovska
Physica A: Statistical Mechanics and its Applications 283 (3-4), 451-461, 2000
2102000
Wavelet phase coherence analysis: application to skin temperature and blood flow
A Bandrivskyy, A Bernjak, P McClintock, A Stefanovska
Cardiovascular engineering: an international journal 4, 89-93, 2004
1822004
Extraction of instantaneous frequencies from ridges in time–frequency representations of signals
D Iatsenko, PVE McClintock, A Stefanovska
Signal Processing 125, 290-303, 2016
1662016
Coupled oscillatros: complex but not complicated cardiovascular and brain interactions
A Stefanovska
IEEE Engineering in medicine and biology magazine 26 (6), 25-29, 2007
1652007
Low-frequency blood flow oscillations in congestive heart failure and after β1-blockade treatment
A Bernjak, PBM Clarkson, PVE McClintock, A Stefanovska
Microvascular research 76 (3), 224-232, 2008
1612008
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