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@article{Kybic2005FastMA, title={Fast multipole acceleration of the MEG/EEG boundary element method.}, author={Jan Kybic and Maureen Clerc and Olivier Faugeras and Renaud Keriven and Th{\'e}o Papadopoulo}, journal={Physics in medicine and biology}, year={2005}, volume={50 19}, pages={4695-710} }

- Published 2005 in Physics in medicine and biology

The accurate solution of the forward electrostatic problem is an essential first step before solving the inverse problem of magneto- and electroencephalography (MEG/EEG). The symmetric Galerkin boundary element method is accurate but cannot be used for very large problems because of its computational complexity and memory requirements. We describe a fast multipole-based acceleration for the symmetric boundary element method (BEM). It creates a hierarchical structure of the elements and… CONTINUE READING

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The accurate solution of the forward electrostatic problem is an essential first step before solving the inverse problem of magneto- and electroencephalography ( MEG / EEG ) .

Fast multipole acceleration of the MEG / EEG boundary element method .

The accurate solution of the forward electrostatic problem is an essential first step before solving the inverse problem of magneto- and electroencephalography ( MEG / EEG ) .

The accurate solution of the forward electrostatic problem is an essential first step before solving the inverse problem of magneto- and electroencephalography ( MEG / EEG ) .

Fast multipole acceleration of the MEG / EEG boundary element method .

Fast multipole acceleration of the MEG / EEG boundary element method .