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A method is described which can be used to extract common spatial patterns underlying the EEGs from two human populations. These spatial patterns account, in the least-squares sense, maximally for the variance in the EEGs from one population and minimally for the variance in the other population and therefore would seem to be optimal for quantitatively(More)
INTRODUCTION Autologous techniques for the reconstruction of pediatric microtia often result in suboptimal aesthetic outcomes and morbidity at the costal cartilage donor site. We therefore sought to combine digital photogrammetry with CAD/CAM techniques to develop collagen type I hydrogel scaffolds and their respective molds that would precisely mimic the(More)
An important contribution to the literature on frequentist model averaging (FMA) is the work of Hjort and Claeskens (2003), who developed an asymp-totic theory for frequentist model averaging in parametric models based on a local mis-specification framework. They also proposed a simple method for constructing confidence intervals of the unknown parameters.(More)
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