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This view, while expensive of mechanisms and lacking a certain conceptual elegance, yet appears hard to discount experimentally. Related to these opinions are those of Bertholon et al. (1987), who, based upon respiratory time-series analysis, point towards more than one respiratory ‘attractor’; they favour two ‘states’ of the respiratory control system, 17 depending on whether the system is ‘excited’ or not. Poon (1993) argues that respiratory control is adaptive, rather than fixed. , the respiratory gases at various locations), but also (explicitly) of time.
G. emphysema). In the former situation, a direct nervous link from the lungs to the one, or both the chemoreceptors, is supposed to increase controller ‘gain’ and produce periodic breathing (Tobin & Snyder, 1984; Yamashiro & Kryger, 1993). We are not aware of experimental evidence to the contrary, but it is shown (in Chapter 7) that such a hypothesis is not in fact necessary; periodic breathing can be produced purely from the structural alterations in the lung. In diseases such as emphysema, carbon dioxide ‘stores’ are held to increase, so that carbon dioxide control becomes much more ‘damped’ and resistant to oscillatory behaviour.
The advantages of NLTSA over older Fourier-based methods are that it is applicable to nonlinear (and thus more ‘real’) signals, and yields information about the physical system producing the signal. Efforts at obtaining ergodic invariants (such as Lyapunov exponents and attractor dimension) from respiratory time-series are now well under way, though many studies are at present inconclusive (see the book edited by Khoo (1991), which contains the proceedings of a recent conference). The position is better with regard to nonlinear filtering (Fowler & Kember, 1993).