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Päivi Laarne:
Implementation of Realistic Conductivity Model for the Head
The thesis consists of an overview and six publications:
Tampere University of Technology, Publication 302: 2000, 109 p. (57 Mb)
  The thesis may also be downloaded in parts:
OV. Overview, pp. 1 - 47.(32 Mb)
I Heinonen T., Eskola H., Dastidar P., Laarne P. and Malmivuo J. Segmentation of T1 MR scans for reconstruction of resistive head models. Computer Methods and Programs in Biomedicine 1997; 54, pp. 173-181. (6 Mb)
II Laarne P., Eskola H., Hyttinen J., Suihko V. and Malmivuo J. Validation of a detailed computer model for the electric fields in the brain. Jourual of Medical Engineering and Technology, 1995; 19(2-3), pp. 84-87. (3 Mb)
III Kauppinen P., Hyttinen J., Laarne P. and Malmivuo J. A software implementation for detailed volume conductor modelling in electrophysiology using finite difference method. Computer Methods and Programs in Biomedicine 1999; 58, pp. 191-203. (9 Mb)
IV Laarne P., Hyttinen J., Dodel S., Malmivuo J. and Eskola H. Accuracy of two dipolar inverse algorithms applying reciprocity for forward calculation. Computers and Biomedical Research 2000; 33 pp. 172-185. (7 Mb)
V Laarne P., Kauppinen P., Hyttinen J., Malmivuo J. and Eskola H. Effects of tissue resistivities on electroencephalogram sensitivity distribution Medical & Biological Engineering & Computing 1999; 37(5), pp. 555-559. (5 Mb)
VI Laarne P., Tenhunen-Eskelinen M., Hyttinen J. and Eskola H. Effect of EEG electrode density on dipole localization accuracy using two realistically shaped skull resistivity models. Brain Topography 2000; 12(4), pp. 249-254. (4 Mb)