21 April 2016 Analysing coupling architecture in the cortical EEG of a patient with unilateral cerebral palsy
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The detection of coupling presence and direction between cortical areas from the EEG is a popular approach in neuroscience. Granger causality method is promising for this task, since it allows to operate with short time series and to detect nonlinear coupling or coupling between nonlinear systems.

In this study EEG multichannel data from adolescent children, suffering from unilateral cerebral palsy were investigated. Signals, obtained in rest and during motor activity of affected and less affected hand, were analysed. The changes in inter-hemispheric and intra-hemispheric interactions were studied over time with an interval of two months. The obtained results of coupling were tested for significance using surrogate times series. In the present proceeding paper we report the data of one patient. The modified nonlinear Granger causality is indeed able to reveal couplings within the human brain.
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Maksim V. Kornilov, Maksim V. Kornilov, C. Marjolein Baas, C. Marjolein Baas, Clementina M. van Rijn, Clementina M. van Rijn, Ilya V. Sysoev, Ilya V. Sysoev, "Analysing coupling architecture in the cortical EEG of a patient with unilateral cerebral palsy", Proc. SPIE 9917, Saratov Fall Meeting 2015: Third International Symposium on Optics and Biophotonics and Seventh Finnish-Russian Photonics and Laser Symposium (PALS), 991729 (21 April 2016); doi: 10.1117/12.2229781; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2229781
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