Thnaks for the advice, Matthew. Right now, I am looking at only the EEG/MEG
source localization problem.
"Matthew Kirkcaldie" <m.kirkcaldie from removethis.unsw.edu.au> wrote in message
news:m.kirkcaldie-23609B.08500427102006 from un-2park-reader-01.sydney.pipenetworks.com...
> In article <ehqgcn$9r7$1 from mailhub227.itcs.purdue.edu>,
> "Fijoy George" <tofijoy from yahoo.co.in> wrote:
>>> In fact, I am a student (in
>> Computer Science) currently working on the EEG/MEG neural source imaging
>> problem, and I wanted to know how to correctly simulate activation
>> on the cortical surface.
>> I sympathise with your problem! Unfortunately I think there's little
> available guidance to suggest a "correct" way, because we don't know
> what kinds of neuronal activity produce fMRI signal. Are you wanting to
> map the electrical EEG domain to the fMRI domain? That sounds like an
> interesting problem and I will have a dig around to see what I can turn
> up. Maybe Dr Agmon or Dr Norman could suggest some resources. My first
> thought is the Brain Dynamics group here in Sydney, Australia - they
> have produced models of EEG power spectra based on simple anatomical
> properties of bulk cortical tissue. I don't think they have applied it
> to correlation with fMRI though - although the members do use fMRI in
> experimental contexts.
>>http://www.brain-dynamics.net/>> Hope that helps - it's much easier to know how to advise when you say
> what you're trying to achieve!