Frequency-pattern functional tomography of magnetoencephalography data allows new approach to the study of human brain organization

@inproceedings{Llins2014FrequencypatternFT,
  title={Frequency-pattern functional tomography of magnetoencephalography data allows new approach to the study of human brain organization},
  author={Rodolfo R. Llin{\'a}s and Mikhail N. Ustinin},
  booktitle={Front. Neural Circuits},
  year={2014}
}
A method based on a set of new theorems for the analysis of multichannel time series is described, based on precise Fourier transform and coherence analysis of the restored signals from a detailed set of frequency components. Magnetic field recordings of spontaneous and evoked activity by means of magnetic encephalography demonstrated that multichannel precise Fourier spectrum contains a very large set of harmonics with high coherence. The inverse problem can be solved with great precision… CONTINUE READING

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Frequency-pattern functional tomography of magnetoencephalography data allows new approach to the study of human brain organization. Front. Neural Circuits 8:43

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