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 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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