volume 16, issue 3, P204-213 1999
DOI: 10.1097/00004691-199905000-00002
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Alan Gevins, Jian Le, Harrison Leong, Linda K. McEvoy, Michael E. Smith

Abstract: In most instances, traditional EEG methodology provides insufficient spatial detail to identify relationships between brain electrical events and structures and functions visualized by magnetic resonance imaging or positron emission tomography. This article describes a method called Deblurring for increasing the spatial detail of the EEG and for fusing neurophysiologic and neuroanatomic data. Deblurring estimates potentials near the outer convexity of the cortex using a realistic finite element model of the st…

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