Equivalence of Linear Approaches in Bioelectromagnetic Inverse Solutions

@inproceedings{Mosher2003EquivalenceOL,
  title={Equivalence of Linear Approaches in Bioelectromagnetic Inverse Solutions},
  author={John C. Mosher and Sylvain Baillet},
  year={2003}
}
Several different techniques have appeared in the magnetoencephalography (MEG) literature for solving the ambiguous inverse problem. We show that if the same second order statistics are uniformly applied in each case, then the resulting solutions are the same. Additionally, for the common assumption of independent sources, then the “noise significance” measure emphasises the need to select the data and noise covariance statistics, not the specific values of source statistics. Thus such… CONTINUE READING

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