Sensor space group analysis for fNIRS data

Research paper by S. Tak, M. Uga, G. Flandin, I. Dan, W.D. Penny

Indexed on: 14 Mar '16Published on: 04 Mar '16Published in: Journal of Neuroscience Methods


Functional near-infrared spectroscopy (fNIRS) is a method for monitoring hemoglobin responses using optical probes placed on the scalp. fNIRS spatial resolution is limited by the distance between channels defined as a pair of source and detector, and channel positions are often inconsistent across subjects. These challenges can lead to less accurate estimate of group level effects from channel-specific measurements.

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