Mathematical Models for Sleep-Wake Dynamics: Comparison of the Two-Process Model and a Mutual Inhibition Neuronal Model. PLOS ONE. Anne C Skeldon. Sleep is essential for the maintenance of the brain and the body, yet many features of sleep are poorly understood and mathematical models are an important tool for probing proposed biological mechanisms.
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These features include the timing of sleep and wakefulness under normal and sleep-deprived conditions, ultradian rhythms, more frequent switching between sleep and wakefulness due to the loss of orexin and the circadian dependence of several sleep measures. The model demonstrates how these features depend on interactions between a circadian pacemaker and a sleep homeostat and provides a biological basis for the two-process model for sleep regulation.
We propose a model of the human circadian system. New York: Raven Press 1984Google Scholar. The sleep-wake and body temperature rhythms are assumed to be driven by a pair of coupled nonlinear oscillators described by phase variables alone. The novel aspect of the model is that its equations may be solved analytically. Computer simulations are used to test the model against sleep-wake data pooled from 15 studies of subjects living for weeks in unscheduled, time-free environments.
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Mathematical model of the human circadian system with two interacting oscillators. Richard E. Kronauer, Charles A. Czeisler, Samuel F. Pilato, Martin Moore-Ede, Elliot D. Weitzman. Circadian sleep-wake cycle organization in squirrel monkeys. David B. Wexler, Martin Moore-Ede. The circadian pacemakers, which time the approximately 24-hour rhythms in sleep and wakefulness, neuroendocrine, thermoregulatory, and other body functions, resynchronize only slowly after an abrup. More).
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