When electrodes are attached to the mastoid bones (right behind the ears) and current pulses are applied, a person will sway forward and backward. It has been found that the transfer function from the current to the subjects angle (in degrees) with respect to the vertical is given by (Nashner, 1974) s Is 5:80:3s 1e0:1s s 1s2=1:22 0:6s=1:2 1 a. Determine whether a dominant pole approximation can be applied to this transfer function. b. Find the body sway caused by a 250 A pulse of 150 msec duration.
Ch. 10: ArrayLists ArrayLists are more flexible than arrays; you can add or remove elements Stores a list of elements of a specified type, such as a list of Strings Part of the java.util package o have to import this in your code to make and use ArrayLists import java.util.ArrayList; Syntax for constructing a new ArrayList: ArrayList name = new ArrayList(); o Example: an ArrayList of Strings named list: ArrayList list = new ArrayList(); o the ArrayList is initially empty Adding elements to list: o add(value) method – automatically adds elements to the end of the array list.add(“Computer Science”);