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Okayama Okayama University Influence of the placement and the number of electrodes on precision of EEG source localization -- Comparison of international 10-20 electrode system and Eccentrically- Located Electrode System --
Ryuki Ohsaki, Masatake Akutagawa, Takahiro Emoto (Univ. of Tokushima), Yoshio Kaji (Tokushima Bunri Univ.), Fumio Shichijo (Suzue Hosp.), Kazuhiko Furukawa (Health insurance Naruto Hosp.), Hirofumi Nagashino, Shinsuke Konaka, Yohsuke Kinouchi (Univ. of Tokushima) MBE2014-30
The brain generates homeostatic evoked potentials by a variety of external stimuli. These evoked potentials support vari... [more] MBE2014-30
MBE 2011-07-08
Tokushima The University of Tokushima Source localization of alpha activity using neural networks
Koichiro Kono, Masatake Akutagawa, Takahiro Emoto, Hirofumi Nagashino, Shinsuke Konaka (Univ. of Tokushima), Yoshio Kaji (Tokushima Bunri Univ.), Fumio Shichijo (Suzue Hosp.), Kazuhiko Furukawa (Health insurance Naruto Hosp.), Yohsuke Kinouchi (Univ. of Tokushima) MBE2011-25
Alpha waves are EEG in the frequency range of 8 to 13 Hz.
Its source and mechanism is still unknown in spite of many st... [more]
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