Vector-based spatial–temporal minimum L1-norm solution for MEG

  title={Vector-based spatial–temporal minimum L1-norm solution for MEG},
  author={Mingxiong Huang and Anders M. Dale and Tao Song and Eric Halgren and Deborah L. Harrington and Igor Podgorny and Jos{\'e} M. Ca{\~n}ive and Stephen Lewis and Roland R. Lee},

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