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    • A Fresh Look at Functional Connectivity Analysis 

      Saba, Elliot
      Functional connectivity analysis attempts to detect methods of communication between groups of neurons in the brain that may or may not be directly physically connected. We briefly review current neuroscience methods for ...
    • A Fresh Look at Functional Connectivity Analysis 

      Saba, Elliot
      Functional connectivity analysis attempts to detect methods of communication between groups of neurons in the brain that may or may not be directly physically connected. We briefly review current neuroscience methods for ...
    • A Fresh Look at Functional Connectivity Analysis 

      Saba, Elliot
      Functional connectivity analysis attempts to detect methods of communication between groups of neurons in the brain that may or may not be directly physically connected. We briefly review current neuroscience methods for ...
    • New Methods of Complex Matrix Factorization for Single-Channel Source Separation and Analysis 

      King, Brian John (2013-04-17)
      Throughout the day, people are constantly bombarded by a variety of sounds. Humans with normal hearing are able to easily and automatically cut through the noise to focus on the sources of interest, a phenomenon known as ...
    • Optimized Decoding for Auditory Attention Detection 

      Ekin, Bradley Robert
      The method of stimulus reconstruction has shown to be an effective tool for detecting a listener's attentional focus in a multi-talker environment. Using electroencephalography (EEG), this technique aims to learn neural ...
    • Temporal fine structure and applications to cochlear implants 

      Li, Xing (2013-07-25)
      Complex broadband sounds are decomposed by the auditory filters into a series of relatively narrowband signals, each of which conveys information about the sound by time-varying features. The slow changes in the overall ...