The Finite Element Method in EEG / MEG Source Analysis

  title={The Finite Element Method in EEG / MEG Source Analysis},
  author={Carsten H. Wolters},
Electroand magnetoencephalography (EEG/MEG)-based source reconstruction of cerebral activity (the EEG/MEG inverse problem) is an important tool both in clinical practice and research and in cognitive neuroscience. Methods for solving the inverse problem are based on solutions to the corresponding forward problem, i.e., simulation of EEG/MEG fields for a given primary source in the brain with a volume-conduction model of the head. The associated differential equations for the forward problem are… CONTINUE READING


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