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Electromagnetic modeling of rat’s brain: comparison of models and solvers

Originální název

Electromagnetic modeling of rat’s brain: comparison of models and solvers

Anglický název

Electromagnetic modeling of rat’s brain: comparison of models and solvers

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en

Originální abstrakt

Reliable inverse imaging of source currents in rat’s brain requires sufficiently accurate and CPU-time moderate forward models of fields to calibrate inverse solvers. In this paper, we compare different mathematical formulations of electromagnetic problem related to the analysis of brain waves (static, quasi-static, full-wave) and various meshes differing in density, type and geometrical accuracy. Comparison of results indicates the necessary accuracy of the model to calibrate the imaging procedure properly.

Anglický abstrakt

Reliable inverse imaging of source currents in rat’s brain requires sufficiently accurate and CPU-time moderate forward models of fields to calibrate inverse solvers. In this paper, we compare different mathematical formulations of electromagnetic problem related to the analysis of brain waves (static, quasi-static, full-wave) and various meshes differing in density, type and geometrical accuracy. Comparison of results indicates the necessary accuracy of the model to calibrate the imaging procedure properly.

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BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT151087,
  author="David {Kuřátko} and Zbyněk {Raida} and Miroslav {Cupal} and Jaroslav {Lačík} and Daniel Krzysztof {Wójcik}",
  title="Electromagnetic modeling of rat’s brain: comparison of models and solvers",
  annote="Reliable inverse imaging of source currents in rat’s brain requires sufficiently accurate and CPU-time moderate forward models of fields to calibrate inverse solvers. In this paper, we compare different mathematical formulations of electromagnetic problem related to the analysis of brain waves (static, quasi-static, full-wave) and various meshes differing in density, type and geometrical accuracy. Comparison of results indicates the necessary accuracy of the model to calibrate the imaging procedure properly.",
  address="Stellenbosch University",
  booktitle="CEMi 2018 Proceedings",
  chapter="151087",
  howpublished="electronic, physical medium",
  institution="Stellenbosch University",
  year="2018",
  month="november",
  pages="1--2",
  publisher="Stellenbosch University",
  type="conference paper"
}