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International Journal of Bioelectromagnetism
2007, Vol. 9, No. 2

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Recent Trends in Bioelectromagnetism

Editor-in-Chief:
Kazuo Yana
Hosei University
Special Editor:
Daming Wei
University of Aizu

TABLE OF CONTENTS@

Bioelectromagnetic signal processing

Toshiharu Kishi* and Wenwei Yu, Chiba University, Japan,
Finger motion recognition by skin surface vibration patterns

Akifumi Suzuki* and Wenwei Yu, Chiba University, Japan,
Detecting slip perturbation during walking from accelerometer and information

Motoki Sakai* and Daming Wei, University of Aizu, Japan,
Detection of electrocardiogram mixed in electroencephalogram by stationarization

Takeshi Tsutsumi*, Daisuke Akatsuki, Hisa Shimojima, Youichi Takeyama, and Yoshiwo Okamoto, Showa University Fujigaoka Hospital, Japan,
Distribution of time-frequency power during QRS measured by wavelet transform in cases of myocardial infarction combined with ventricular lethal arrhythmias

Ho Sun Shon*, Sunshin Kim, and Keun Ho Ryu, Chungbuk National University, Korea,
Clustering approach using MCL algorithm for analyzing microarray data

Bioelectromagnetic image processing and analysis

Daniel J. Withey and Zoltan J. Koles*, University of Alberta, Canada, (Invited),
Three Generations of medical image segmentation: methods and available software

Koichi Shimizu*, Ruriko Koizumi, Hidenobu Itagaki, and Yuji Kato, Hokkaido University, Japan,
Image restoration of fluorescent source at unknown depth in diffuse medium

Fabrizio De Vico Fallani, Laura Astolfi*, Febo Cincotti, Donatella Mattia, Andrea Tocci, Shangkai Gao, Alfredo Colosimo, Fabio Babiloni, MariaGrazia Marciani, Serenella Salinari, and Herbert Witte, University of Rome gLa Sapienzah, Italy,
Estimation of graph-varying indexes from High-resolution EEG recordings during a voluntary motor act

Biomedical Modeling and Imaging

Kunio Takahashi*, Daming Wei, Mika Kokubun, Takashi Akaishizawa, and Masanori Ojima, University of Aizu, Japan,
Construction of personalized heart models from MRI images

Won Hee Lee*, Hyun Sang Seo, Tae-Seong Kim, and Soo Yeol Lee, Kyung Hee University, Korea,

Numerical quality of the scalp electrical potentials from 3-D MRI content-adaptive finite element models of the whole head

Nicolas Faure*, Ronan Perrussel, Laurent Nicolas, and Noel Burais, Laboratoire AMPERE, France,
Modelling of the interaction between a ns electrical pulse and a biological cell

Hui He*, Kazuo Kiguchi, and Etsuo Horikawa, Saga University, Japan,
A study on lower-limb muscle activities during daily lower-limb motions

Chenguang Liu, Nicholas Skadsberg, Sarah Ahlberg, Cory Swingen, Paul Iaizzo, and Bin He*, University of Minnesota, US,
An experimental study of 3-dimensional cardiac electrical imaging in a swine model

Takeshi Koide* and Junichi Hori, Niigata University, Japan,
Cortical dipole layer imaging of brain electrical activity in horizontal and sagittal planes

Inverse problem and source imaging

Balazs Vegs?, Kristof Haraszti, and Gyorgy Kozmann*, University of Pannonia, Hungary, (Invited),
Brain source imaging: requirements and performance estimations

Yoshiwo Okamoto* and Ikuo Homma, Chiba Institute of Technology, Japan,
Semi-individual head models constructed from a standard head model and evaluations of their usefulness in the dipole analysis of EEG

Jens Haueisen* and Thomas Knosche, Technische Universitat Ilmenau, Germany,
Altruism in evolutionary algorithms for the reconstruction of brain activity from MEG measurements

Chikayoshi Sumi* and Naoki Koike, Sophia University, Japan,
Reconstruction of 3-dimensional distribution of tangential current density components from magnetic vector measurement

John P. Russell and Zoltan J. Koles*, University of Alberta, Canada,
A comparison of LORETA and the Borgiotti-Kaplan beamformer in simulated EEG source localization with a realistic head model

Junichi Hori* and Naotoshi Aoki, Niigata University, Japan,
Dipole sources localization of MRPs using ICA and cortical dipole layer imaging

Eung Je Woo*, Kyung Hee University, Korea,
Impedance spectroscopy and multi-frequency electrical impedance tomography

Chikayoshi Sumi* and Keita Hayakawa, Sophia University, Japan,
Mathematical expressions of reconstructions of conductivity and permittivity from current density

Hans Hallez*, Bart Vanrumste, Steven Delputte, Peter Van Hese, Yves D'Asseler, and Ignace Lemahieu, Chent University, Belgium,
Importance of including anisotropic conductivities of grey matter in EEG source localization

Electroencephalogram and Magnetoencephalogram

Laura Astolfi*, F. Cincotti, D. Mattia, F. De Vico Fallani, A.Tocci, A. Colosimo, S. Salinari, M.G. Marciani, S. Gao, H. Witte, and F. Babiloni, University of Rome gLa Sapienzah, Italy, (Invited),
Estimation of time-frequency causal influences between cortical areas during a combined movement of foot and lips

Han Yuan*, Alexander Doud, Arvind Gururajan, and Bin He, University of Minnesota, US,
Localization of event-related (de)synchronization of cerebral cortex during online control of brain-computer interface using minimum-norm estimates in the frequency domain

Yu Ikemoto* and Wenwei Yu, Chiba University, Japan,
A human walking simulator with reflexive responses to perturbation and its evaluation

Toshimitsu Musha* and Haruyasu Matsuzaki, Brain Function Lab, Japan, (Invited),
Neuronal impairment and instability

Katrina Wendel, Nathaniel Narra, Markus Hannula, Jari Hyttinen*, and Jaakko Malmivuo, Tampere University of Technology, Finland,
The influence of electrode size on EEG lead field sensitivity distributions

Paolo Bruno, Jari Hyttinen*, Paolo Inchingolo, Alberto Magrofuoco, Fabio Meneghini, Stefano Mininel, and Federica Vatta, University of Trieste, Italy,
Finite difference anisotropic formulations for the EEG forward problem

Computing and Computer simulations

Rie Komuro*, Leo K. Cheng, and Andrew J. Pullan, Bioengineering Institute, The University of Auckland, New Zealand,
Simulations of magnetic activity generated from gastric electrical activity

Xin Zhu*, Daming Wei, and Osamu Okazaki, University of Aizu, Japan,
Computer simulation of electrophysiology study based on whole-heart models

Shin Hasegawa*, Hidetaka Funayama, and Daming Wei, University of Aizu, Japan,
A virtual reality simulating catheter manipulations


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