Removal of Muscle Artifacts from EEG Recordings of Spoken Language Production

@article{Vos2010RemovalOM,
  title={Removal of Muscle Artifacts from EEG Recordings of Spoken Language Production},
  author={Maarten De Vos and St{\'e}phanie Ri{\`e}s and Katrien Vanderperren and Bart Vanrumste and Francois-Xavier Alario and Sabine Van Huffel and Bor{\'i}s Burle},
  journal={Neuroinformatics},
  year={2010},
  volume={8},
  pages={135-150}
}
Research on the neural basis of language processing has often avoided investigating spoken language production by fear of the electromyographic (EMG) artifacts that articulation induces on the electro-encephalogram (EEG) signal. Indeed, such articulation artifacts are typically much larger than the brain signal of interest. Recently, a Blind Source Separation technique based on Canonical Correlation Analysis was proposed to separate tonic muscle artifacts from continuous EEG recordings in… CONTINUE READING

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