University of Heidelberg
Faculty of Medicine Mannheim
University Hospital Mannheim
News
Keine Gesundheitsgefährdung für Frauen mit implantierten kupferhaltigen Verhütungsmitteln bei der MRT,
read more
CKM @ MEET and CODE,
read more
Job offers now collected in new page on website
Note


If you have questions concerning a specific publication please use this form with subject 'information about publications' and giving the full citation in the message body.

Links
Home > Publications > Abstract >

Brain Connectivity Networks and fMRI Brain-Computer Interface

M. Bucolo, M. Rance, A. Muscarello, A. Spampinato, M. Ruttorf and H. Flor

Proceedings of the 7th International Workshop on Biosignal Interpretation (BSI 2012),, pp.17-20

The aim of this research activity is to establish a methodological framework, based on data-driven mathematical methods coupled with graph analysis to investigate both functional and effective brain connectivity in fMRI data. This work shows the issues that arise performing the data analysis in frequency domain by using coherence and directed transfer function (DTF).

Contact: Prof. Dr. Frank Zöllner last modified: 22.01.2019
to top of page