Estimating true brain connectivity from EEG/MEG data invariant to linear and static transformations in sensor space

@article{Ewald2012EstimatingTB,
  title={Estimating true brain connectivity from EEG/MEG data invariant to linear and static transformations in sensor space},
  author={Arne Ewald and Laura Marzetti and Filippo Zappasodi and Frank C. Meinecke and Guido Nolte},
  journal={NeuroImage},
  year={2012},
  volume={60},
  pages={476-488}
}
The imaginary part of coherency is a measure to investigate the synchronization of brain sources on the EEG/MEG sensor level, robust to artifacts of volume conduction meaning that independent sources cannot generate a significant result. It does not mean, however, that volume conduction is irrelevant when true interactions are present. Here, we analyze in detail the possibilities to construct measures of true brain interactions which are strictly invariant to linear spatial transformations of… CONTINUE READING

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