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Computer studies on the spatio-temporal organization of brain waves on the scalp.
Juan de Dios Pozo-Olano
by Printed by the Print. Dept. for the Office of General Research, University of Georgia in Athens
Written in English
|LC Classifications||QP385 .P6913|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||98|
|LC Control Number||75628971|
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Electrodes are attached to the scalp and detect electrical activity in the underlying brain region and recordings are made of those signals. The electrical activity of nerve cells in the brain produces currents that reach the scalp and can be measured by an EEG. It gives a picture of the brain's overall activity, not individual neutrons. Spatio-temporal networks (STN)are spatial networks whose topology and/or attributes change with time. These are encountered in many critical areas of everyday life such as transportation networks, electric power distribution grids, and social networks of mobile users.
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Author(s): Pozo-Olano,Juan de Dios Title(s): Computer studies on the spatio-temporal organization of brain waves on the scalp. Country of Publication: United States Publisher: Athens, Ga., Univ. of Georgia, Office of General Research, Spatio-temporal Modeling of Evoked Brain Activity During Memory Encoding and Target Comparison in Visual Tasks Article (PDF Available) in Brain Topography 20(1) · February with 23 Reads.
The spatio-temporal organization of EEG activity obtained during the two stages of sleep described in new-born infants — quiet sleep and active sleep — was analysed in 9 full-term new-born infants and 5 prematures (6 records).
EEGs were recorded through transverse parietal montage made up of six bipolar vega-books.com by: The brain functions as a spatio-temporal information processing machine and deals extremely well with spatio-temporal data.
Spatio- and spectro-temporal data (SSTD) are the most common data collected to measure brain signals and brain activities, Cited by: Request PDF | Adaptive Spatio-Temporal Filtering for Movement Related Potentials in EEG-Based Brain-Computer Interfaces | Movement related potentials (MRPs) are used as features in many brain.
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Novel model based features are introduced in the discrimination of motor imagery tasks using human scalp electroencephalography (EEG) towards the development of Brain Computer Interfaces (BCI).
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In addition to a brain-computer interface based on brain waves, as recorded from scalp EEG electrodes, Bin He and co-workers explored a virtual EEG signal-based brain-computer interface by first solving the EEG inverse problem and then used the resulting virtual EEG for brain-computer interface tasks.
Well-controlled studies suggested the merits of such a source analysis based brain-computer interface. in addition to the simulation of problem-adapted multi-field and multi-phase models with powerful numerical methods based on spatiotemporal discretization of mathematical models, the optimization and parameter identification of the computational models is one of.
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SPATIO-TEMPORAL DATABASE SUPPORT FOR LONG-PERIOD SCIENTIFIC DATA M Breunig1*, AB Cremers2, S Shumilov2 and J Siebeck 2 *1Institute of Environmental Sciences, University of Vechta, P.O. BoxVechta, Germany Email: [email protected] 2Institute of Computer Science III, University of Bonn, Roemerstr.Bonn, Germany.We proposed a method for developing a spatio-temporal model of morphological differences in the brain due to normal aging, to which an individual's brain morphology can be compared.
We applied the framework to a set of images of non-demented aging subjects from a large population imaging study and on a set of subjects from the case Cited by: During last years, several researchers have focused on spatio-temporal data (spatial data that vary in the course of time) and the related indexing methods for answering spatio-temporal queries.
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