Presentation 2001/11/30
Coherence Analysis on Functional Modules in Cognitive and Linguistic process (3)
Ichiro Koshida, Reiko Mazuka, Kenji Itoh, Akira Iwanami, Miki Uetsuki, Sinichi Niwa,
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Abstract(in English) A multi-channel EEG data acquisition and analysis system is presented. The system is aimed for research on higher order cognitive function, especially on thinking and linguistic activity. With the system, one can analyze (including coherence analysis)and visualize EEG data as several formats. In this paper, the recoess recognition process for Japanese sentence is analysed by coherence analysys. The results suggest that high frequency γ-oscilations has a different role on linguistic process form low frequemcy γ-oscilations.
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Keyword(in English) Multi-channel EEG / coherece / congitive functional module / γ-wave
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Title (in English) Coherence Analysis on Functional Modules in Cognitive and Linguistic process (3)
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Keyword(1) Multi-channel EEG
Keyword(2) coherece
Keyword(3) congitive functional module
Keyword(4) γ-wave
1st Author's Name Ichiro Koshida
1st Author's Affiliation Tokyo University of Technology()
2nd Author's Name Reiko Mazuka
2nd Author's Affiliation Duke University
3rd Author's Name Kenji Itoh
3rd Author's Affiliation University of Tokyo
4th Author's Name Akira Iwanami
4th Author's Affiliation University of Tokyo
5th Author's Name Miki Uetsuki
5th Author's Affiliation University of Tokyo
6th Author's Name Sinichi Niwa
6th Author's Affiliation Fukushima Medical University
Date 2001/11/30
Paper # TL2001-30
Volume (vol) vol.101
Number (no) 485
Page pp.pp.-
#Pages 6
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