Changes of chaoticness in spontaneous EEG/MEG.

  title={Changes of chaoticness in spontaneous EEG/MEG.},
  author={Zbigniew J. Kowalik and Thomas Elbert},
  journal={Integrative physiological and behavioral science : the official journal of the Pavlovian Society},
  volume={29 3},
Depending on the task being investigated in EEG/MEG experiments, the corresponding signal is more or less ordered. The question still open is how can one detect the changes of this order while the tasks performed by the brain vary continuously. By applying a static measurement of the fractal dimension or Lyapunov exponent, different brain states could be characterized. However, transitions between different states may not be detected, especially if the moments of transitions are not strictly… CONTINUE READING
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