A method to standardize a reference of scalp EEG recordings to a point at infinity

  title={A method to standardize a reference of scalp EEG recordings to a point at infinity},
  author={Dezhong Yao},
  journal={Physiological Measurement},
  pages={693 - 711}
  • Dezhong Yao
  • Published 2001
  • Computer Science
  • Physiological Measurement
The effect of an active reference in EEG recording is one of the oldest technical problems in EEG practice. In this paper, a method is proposed to approximately standardize the reference of scalp EEG recordings to a point at infinity. This method is based on the fact that the use of scalp potentials to determine the neural electrical activities or their equivalent sources does not depend on the reference, so we may approximately reconstruct the equivalent sources from scalp EEG recordings with… 

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