Millisecond by millisecond, year by year: normative EEG microstates and developmental stages.

@article{Koenig2002MillisecondBM,
  title={Millisecond by millisecond, year by year: normative EEG microstates and developmental stages.},
  author={Thomas Koenig and Leslie S. Prichep and Dietrich Lehmann and Pedro Vald{\'e}s Sosa and Elisabeth Braeker and Horst Kleinlogel and Robert Isenhart and E. Roy John},
  journal={NeuroImage},
  year={2002},
  volume={16 1},
  pages={41-8}
}
Most studies of continuous EEG data have used frequency transformation, which allows the quantification of brain states that vary over seconds. For the analysis of shorter, transient EEG events, it is possible to identify and quantify brain electric microstates as subsecond time epochs with stable field topography. These microstates may correspond to basic building blocks of human information processing. Microstate analysis yields a compact and comprehensive repertoire of short lasting classes… CONTINUE READING