Roland Beucker

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Short sweeps with increasing instantaneous frequency (up-chirps) designed to compensate for the propagation delay along the human cochlea enhance the magnitude of wave V of the auditory brainstem responses, while time reversed sweeps (down-chirps) reduce the magnitude of wave V [Dau, T., Wegner, O., Mellert, V., Kollmeier, B., J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 107 (2000)(More)
In this paper we present a prewhitening strategy to decorrelate the noise in space and in time. We discuss in detail how the effects of the filtering can be seen in the singular value decomposition of the data and we demonstrate how the approach can be used with an objective, statistical signal subspace estimation algorithm.
In the neuromagnetic inverse problem, one is interested in determining the current density inside the human brain from measurements of the magnetic field recorded outside the head. From a numerical point of view, the solution of this inverse problem is challenging not only in terms of non-uniqueness and time complexity but also with respect to numerical(More)
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