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MBE, NC
(Joint)
2016-03-22
16:10
Tokyo Tamagawa University A Connectivity Analysis in Intractable Temporal Lobe Epilepsy.
Yasuto Yoshioka, Hisashi Yoshida, Masaharu Miyauchi, Naoki Nakano, Amami Kato (Kinki Univ.) MBE2015-115
We propose the connectivity analysis using cross-correlation function which we established to visualize quantitative con... [more] MBE2015-115
pp.67-72
NC 2010-07-27
14:30
Kyoto Kyoto University A Study on Estimating a Vowel Read Silently from Human Electrocorticogram
Shigeyuki Ikeda, Tomohiro Shibata (NAIST), Naohiro Tsuyuguchi (Osaka City Univ.), Naoki Nakano (Kinki Univ.), Yoshinobu Hara (NAIST), Rieko Okada (Kinki Univ.), Kazushi Ikeda (NAIST), Amami Kato (Kinki Univ./JST) NC2010-37
In recent years, Brain Machine Interface(BMI), which retrieves cortical brain activity by invasive or noninvasive method... [more] NC2010-37
pp.45-50
NC, MBE
(Joint)
2009-11-12
13:55
Miyagi Tohoku Univ. A Study on Estimating Words Read Silently from Human Electrocorticogram
Eri Imatani, Shigeyuki Ikeda, Tomohiro Shibata (Nara Inst. of Sci and Tech.), Naohiro Tsuyuguchi (Osaka City Univ.), Naoki Nakano (Kinki Univ.), Yoshinobu Hara (Nara Inst. of Sci and Tech.), Rieko Okada (Kinki Univ.), Kazushi Ikeda (Nara Inst. of Sci and Tech.), Amami Kato (Kinki Univ./JST) NC2009-55
To estimate words read silently from human electrocorticogram which is ess invasive compared to electrophysiological met... [more] NC2009-55
pp.29-34
NC 2007-10-19
14:20
Miyagi Tohoku University [Invited Talk] Functional brain mapping and neural decoding based on the electrocorticograms
Masayuki Hirata (Osaka Univ.), Takufumi Yanagisawa (Osaka Univ./ATR), Daisuke Shibuya (ATR/NAIST), Youichi Saitoh (Osaka Univ.), Amami Kato (Kinki Univ.), Yukiyasu Kamitani (ATR), Toshiki Yoshimine (Osaka Univ.) NC2007-52
Electrocorticogram (ECoG) is a well-known clinical examination for the identification of epileptic focus and has an exce... [more] NC2007-52
pp.105-108
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