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Mathematical and computer modelling of the human brain with reference to cortical magnification and dipole source localisation in the visual cortx

Hurdal, Monica Kimberly (1998) Mathematical and computer modelling of the human brain with reference to cortical magnification and dipole source localisation in the visual cortx. .

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ID Code: 36978
Item Type: QUT Thesis (PhD)
Additional Information: System requirements: IBM PC or compatible, CD-ROM drive. Presented to the School of Mathematical Sciences, Queensland University of Technology.
Keywords: Brain Mathematical models, Brain Computer simulation, applied mathematics, brain, brain reconstruction, calcarine fissure, common average reference, computer science, confidence intervals, confidence regions, computer model, co-registration, cortical magnification, data visualisation, dipole, EEG, electroencephalography, electrophysiology, evoked potential, forward problem, fMRI, human, inverse problem, imaging, least squares, magnetic resonance imaging, magnetoencephalography, map, mathematical model, mathematics, MEG, model, MR, MRI, neural source, neuroanatomy, neurobiology, neurophysiology, neuroscience, nonlinear minisation, parameter estimates, physics, primary visual cortex, psychology, reconstruction, retina, retinoptic map, segmentation, source localisation, statistics, three-shell model, TMS, transcranial magnetic stimulation, transformation, V1, VEP, vision, visual cortex, visual evoked potential, visual field, visualisation, thesis, doctoral
Institution: Queensland University of Technology
Copyright Owner: Copyright Monica Kimberly Hurdal
Deposited On: 22 Sep 2010 23:06
Last Modified: 09 Feb 2011 23:55

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