Jean-Marc Lina

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In this work, we propose a symmetrical multimodal EEG/fMRI information fusion approach dedicated to the identification of event-related bioelectric and hemodynamic responses. Unlike existing, asymmetrical EEG/fMRI data fusion algorithms, we build a joint EEG/fMRI generative model that explicitly accounts for local coupling/uncoupling of bioelectric and(More)
We used whole-head magnetoencephalography to study the representation of objects in visual short-term memory (VSTM) in the human brain. Subjects remembered the location and color of either two or four colored disks that were encoded from the left or right visual field (equal number of distractors in the other visual hemifield). The data were analyzed using(More)
This article presents the construction and various properties of complex Daubechies wavelets with a special emphasis on symmetric solutions. Such solutions exhibit interesting relationships between the real and imaginary components of the complex scaling function and the complex wavelet. We present those properties in the context of image processing. Within(More)
Analyses based on Symmetric Daubechies Wavelets (SDW) lead tocomplex-valued multiresolution representations of real signals.After a recall of the construction of the SDW, we present somespecific properties of these new types of Daubechies wavelets. Wethen discuss two applications in image processing: enhancement andrestoration. In both cases, the efficiency(More)
In order to analyze where epileptic spikes are generated, we assessed the level of concordance between EEG source localization using distributed source models and simultaneous EEG-fMRI which measures the hemodynamic correlates of EEG activity. Data to be compared were first estimated on the same cortical surface and two comparison strategies were used: (1)(More)
Characterizing the cortical activity sources of electroencephalography (EEG)/magnetoencephalography data is a critical issue since it requires solving an ill-posed inverse problem that does not admit a unique solution. Two main different and complementary source models have emerged: equivalent current dipoles (ECD) and distributed linear (DL) models. While(More)
EEG-fMRI localizes epileptic foci by detecting cerebral hemodynamic changes that are correlated to epileptic events visible in EEG. However, scalp EEG is insensitive to activity restricted to deep structures and recording the EEG in the scanner is complex and results in major artifacts that are difficult to remove. This study presents a new framework for(More)
Distributed inverse solutions aim to realistically reconstruct the origin of interictal epileptic discharges (IEDs) from noninvasively recorded electroencephalography (EEG) and magnetoencephalography (MEG) signals. Our aim was to compare the performance of different distributed inverse solutions in localizing IEDs: coherent maximum entropy on the mean(More)
A patient initially presented with constricted visual field, attenuated retinal vasculature, pigmentary clumping and reduced ERG in OS only, suggestive of unilateral retinitis pigmentosa (RP). This patient was subsequently seen on eight occasions (over three decades), and, with time, the initially normal eye (OD) gradually showed signs of RP-like(More)