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Amplitude and phase patterns in encephalographic signals - multivariate approaches for movement-related brain activity

Amplitude and phase patterns in encephalographic signals - multivariate approaches for movement-related brain activity

This video was recorded at Workshop on Methods of Data Analysis in Computational Neuroscience and Brain Computer Interfaces, Berlin 2007. This workshop shall cover three main topics: First, a general outline of problems occuring in computational neuroscience shall be given. Here, the connection between microscopic measurement and modeling to macroscopic observation shall be outlined. Second, we discuss issues of decomposition techniques applied on fMRI and EEG/MEG data. A present trend in this area is to increase the tensorial order of the data representation which, at least in principle, allows for unique decomposition under fairly mild conditions unless the data are 'pathological'. A specific question here is whether real data are so close to being 'pathological' that the decomposition... Show More

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