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Discrete, 3D distributed, linear imaging methods of electric neuronal activity. Part 1: exact, zero error localization

@article{PascualMarqui2007Discrete3D,
  title={Discrete, 3D distributed, linear imaging methods of electric neuronal activity. Part 1: exact, zero error localization},
  author={R. Pascual-Marqui},
  journal={arXiv: Mathematical Physics},
  year={2007}
}
  • R. Pascual-Marqui
  • Published 2007
  • Mathematics, Physics, Biology
  • arXiv: Mathematical Physics
  • This paper deals with the EEG/MEG neuroimaging problem: given measurements of scalp electric potential differences (EEG: electroencephalogram) and extracranial magnetic fields (MEG: magnetoencephalogram), find the 3D distribution of the generating electric neuronal activity. This problem has no unique solution. Only particular solutions with "good" localization properties are of interest, since neuroimaging is concerned with the localization of brain function. In this paper, a general family of… CONTINUE READING
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