Adaptive brain imaging: a simulation study

Hasson, R. and Zanchi, M. A. (2007). Adaptive brain imaging: a simulation study. In: International Congress Series, 1300 pp. 141–144.



Most approaches to the Magnetoencephalographic (MEG) inverse problem (calculating the most likely sources underlying a given magnetic field measurement) start with a conductor model of the head in order to calculate the magnetic fields arising from a given source (known as the forward problem). The adaptive brain imaging approach involves simultaneously adapting the conductor model of the head whilst solving the inverse problem. The adapted conductor model can then be used to obtain a more accurate solution of the inverse problem.

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