volume 16, issue 4, P383-390 1999
DOI: 10.1097/00004691-199907000-00011
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Abstract: The linear estimation (LE) and spline surface Laplacian (SL) method were applied to single-trial EEG data. EEG was recorded in three subjects during voluntary, self-paced movements of the index finger. The EEG data were bandpass-filtered in the lower beta frequency range and showed short-lasting bursts of oscillations after termination of movement. These oscillations are termed postmovement beta synchronization. The realistic head geometry and the digitized positions of the electrodes were taken into account f…

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