Adaptive spatial filters for electromagnetic brain imaging

by Kensuke Sekihara

Publisher: Springer in Berlin

Written in English
Published: Pages: 245 Downloads: 348
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Subjects:

  • Brain mapping,
  • Electroencephalography,
  • Image processing -- Digital techniques

Edition Notes

StatementKensuke Sekihara, Srikatan S. Nagarajan.
SeriesSeries in biomedical engineering
ContributionsNagarajan, Srikatan S.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsRC386.6.B7 S45 2008
The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
Paginationxi, 245 p. :
Number of Pages245
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23207301M
ISBN 109783540793694, 9783540793700
LC Control Number2008925639

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  Preoperative localization of hand motor cortex by adaptive spatial filtering of magnetoencephalography data. Srikantan Nagarajan Ph.D. 1, Heidi Kirsch M.D. 2, Functional brain imaging based on ERD/ ERS. & Nagarajan SS: Localization bias and spatial resolution of adaptive and non-adaptive spatial filters for MEG source by: In response to a need of establishing a high-resolution spatiotemporal neuroimaging technology, tremendous efforts have been directed upon developing multimodal neuroimaging strategies that combine the complementary advantages of high-spatial-resolution functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) and high-temporal-resolution electroencephalography (EEG) or Cited by: 1.

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Adaptive spatial filters are powerful algorithms for electromagnetic brain imaging that enable high-fidelity reconstruction of neuronal activity. This book describes the technical advances of adaptive spatial filters for electromagnetic brain imaging by integrating and synthesizing available information and describes various factors that affect its performance.

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This book describes the technical advances of adaptive spatial filters for electromagnetic brain imaging by integrating and synthesizing available information. It also provides a comprehensive introduction into the basics of beamforming. Electromagnetic brain imaging 2 Spatial Alters 3 Book chapter Organization 5 Acknowledgements 7 2 Sensor array Outputs and spatial Alters 9 Neuromagnetic Signals as sensor-array Outputs 9 DeAnitions 9 Sensor lead field 10 Linear independence of lead-Aeld vectors 11 Bioelectromagnetic inverse problem Adaptive spatial filters for electromagnetic brain imaging.

Neural activity in the human brain generates coherent synaptic and intracellular currents in cortical columns that create electromagnetic signals which can be measured outside the head using magnetoencephalography (MEG) and electroencephalography (EEG).

Cite this chapter as: Sekihara K., Nagarajan S.S. () Adaptive spatial filters. In: Adaptive Spatial Filters for Electromagnetic Brain by: 3.

This is the web site for two of our books: “Adaptive Spatial Filters for Electromagnetic Brain Imaging”, and “Electromagnetic Brain Imaging: A Bayesian Perspective”. In magnetoencephalography (MEG) these adaptive spatial filters reconstruct signals from a given brain location using the output of a magnetic sensor array positioned outside the head.

Mathematically the MCMV beamformer also belongs to the family of linearly constrained minimum variance (LCMV) filters. Abstract: Objective: Adaptive beamformer methods that have been extensively used for functional brain imaging using EEG/MEG (magnetoencephalography) signals are sensitive to model mismatches.

We propose a robust minimum variance beamformer (RMVB) technique, which explicitly incorporates the uncertainty of the lead field matrix into the estimation of spatial-filter weights that are subsequently Cited by: 3. This paper provides a comprehensive review on the adaptive spatial filter technique used for electromagnetic source imaging.

The paper first describes basic principles and underlying assumptions for formulating the adaptive spatial filters, and then evaluate their performances in comparison with the conventional non-adaptive techniques including the minimum-norm-based methods.

Adaptive spatial filters based on LCMV. Linearly constrained minimum variance (LCMV) beamforming is a widely used method for source localization. There are many flavors of LCMV-based spatial filters.

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Localization bias and spatial resolution of adaptive and non-adaptive spatial filters for MEG source reconstruction Kensuke Sekihara,a,* Maneesh Sahani,b and Srikantan S.

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From: Introduction to Quantitative EEG and Neurofeedback (Second Edition. Srikantan Nagarajan, PhD, is a Professor in Residence, Director of the Biomagnetic Imaging Laboratory, and Co-Director of the Brain Research Interest Group in the Department of Radiology and Biomedical Imaging at the University of California, San Francisco.

He. He has published over peer-reviewed articles, numerous conference papers and several book chapters. He has co-authored two books with Dr. Kensuke Sekihara and published by Springer-Verlag - Adaptive Spatial Filters for Electromagnetic Brain Imaging () and Electromagnetic Brain Imaging: A Bayesian Perspective ().

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