An S1 Gradient of Refractoriness is Not Essential for Reentry Induction by an S2 Stimulus

The critical point hypothesis.
Cathode break excitation.
An illustration based on Fig. 1 in “An S1 Gradient of Refractoriness is Not Essential for Reentry Induction by an S2 Stimulus” (IEEE TBME, 47:820–821, 2000). It is the same as the figure in the communication, except the color and quality are improved.
A cellular automata demonstrating that an S1 gradient of refractoriness is not essential for reentry induction by an S2 stimulus.

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Professor of Physics at Oakland University and coauthor of the textbook Intermediate Physics for Medicine and Biology.

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Professor of Physics at Oakland University and coauthor of the textbook Intermediate Physics for Medicine and Biology.

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