By P. Montagna, Sudhansu Chokroverty MD FRCP FACP
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PARRINO sleep based on the interaction between a single oscillator (process C) and a homeostatic process (process S). However, it neglects the occurrence and role of microstructural phenomena that partake in the accomplishment of process S and permit continuous adjustments of the sleeping brain to the unpredictable conditions of reality (Halasz, 1993, 1998; Terzano and Parrino, 2000). The different phase A subtypes of CAP represent a wide spectrum of short-lived graduated homeostatic reactions, which appear to be superimposed on the background rhythms of the single NREM stages and restrain the variability of biological functions within compatible ranges.