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



www.ijbem.org

Proceedings of the
6th International Conference on Bioelectromagnetism

University of Aizu, Aizu-Wakamatsu City, Japan, Oct 16–19, 2007.

(Part 1) Part 2

    Editor-in-Chief:
    Kazuo Yana
    Hosei University
    Tokyo, Japan
    Special Editor:
    Daming Wei
    University of Aizu
    Aizu-Wakamatsu, Japan

 

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Bioelectromagnetic signal processing
Finger Motion Recognition by Skin Surface Vibration Patterns. pp. 57-58.
Toshiharu Kishi* and Wenwei Yu, Chiba University, Japan
Detecting Slip Perturbation during Walking from Accelerometer and Information. pp. 59-60.
Akifumi Suzuki* and Wenwei Yu, Chiba University, Japan
Detection of Electrocardiogram Mixed in Electroencephalogram by Stationarization. pp. 61-62.
Motoki Sakai* and Daming Wei, University of Aizu, Japan
Distribution of Time-Frequency Power during QRS Measured by Wavelet Transform in Cases of Myocardial Infarction Combined with Ventricular Lethal Arrhythmias. pp. 63-64.
Takeshi Tsutsumi*, Daisuke Akatsuki, Hisa Shimojima, Youichi Takeyama, and Yoshiwo Okamoto, Showa University Fujigaoka Hospital, Japan
Clustering Approach using MCL Algorithm for Analyzing Microarray Data. pp. 65-66.
Ho Sun Shon*, Sunshin Kim, and Keun Ho Ryu, Chungbuk National University, Korea
Bioelectromagnetic Image Processing and Analysis
Three Generations of Medical Image Segmentation: Methods and Available Software. pp. 67-68.
Daniel J. Withey and Zoltan J. Koles*, University of Alberta, Canada, (Invited)
Image Restoration of Fluorescent Source at Unknown Depth in Diffuse Medium. pp. 69-70.
Koichi Shimizu*, Ruriko Koizumi, Hidenobu Itagaki, and Yuji Kato, Hokkaido University, Japan
Estimation of Graph-Varying Indexes From High-Resolution EEG Recordings During a Voluntary Motor Act. pp. 71-72.
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 Sapienzah, Italy
Biomedical Modeling and Imaging
Construction of Personalized Heart Models from MRI Images. pp. 73-74.
Kunio Takahashi*, Daming Wei, Mika Kokubun, Takashi Akaishizawa, and Masanori Ojima, University of Aizu, Japan
Numerical Quality of the Scalp Electrical Potentials from 3-D MRI Content-Adaptive Finite Element Models of the Whole Head. pp. 75-76.
Won Hee Lee*, Hyun Sang Seo, Tae-Seong Kim, and Soo Yeol Lee, Kyung Hee University, Korea
Modelling of the Interaction Between a ns Electrical Pulse and a Biological Cell. pp. 77-78.
Nicolas Faure*, Ronan Perrussel, Laurent Nicolas, and Noel Burais, Laboratoire AMPERE, France
A Study on Lower-Limb Muscle Activities During Daily Lower-Limb Motions. pp. 79-80.
Hui He*, Kazuo Kiguchi, and Etsuo Horikawa, Saga University, Japan
An Experimental Study of 3-Dimensional Cardiac Electrical Imaging in a Swine Model. pp. 85-86.
Chenguang Liu, Nicholas Skadsberg, Sarah Ahlberg, Cory Swingen, Paul Iaizzo, and Bin He*, University of Minnesota, US
Cortical Dipole Layer Imaging of Brain Electrical Activity in Horizontal and Sagittal Planes. pp. 87-88.
Takeshi Koide* and Junichi Hori, Niigata University, Japan
Inverse Problem and Source Imaging
Brain Source Imaging: Requirements and Performance Estimations. pp. 89-90.
Balazs Vegs?, Kristof Haraszti, and Gyorgy Kozmann*, University of Pannonia, Hungary, (Invited)
Semi-Individual Head Models Constructed from a Standard Head Model and Evaluations of their Usefulness in the Dipole Analysis of EEG. pp. 91-92.
Yoshiwo Okamoto* and Ikuo Homma, Chiba Institute of Technology, Japan
Altruism in Evolutionary Algorithms for the Reconstruction of Brain Activity from MEG Measurements. pp. 93-94.
Jens Haueisen* and Thomas Knosche, Technische Universitat Ilmenau, Germany
Reconstruction of 3-Dimensional Distribution of Tangential Current Density Components from Magnetic Vector Measurement. pp. 95-96.
Chikayoshi Sumi* and Naoki Koike, Sophia University, Japan
A Comparison of LORETA and the Borgiotti-Kaplan Beamformer in Simulated EEG Source Localization with a Realistic Head Model. pp. 97-98.
John P. Russell and Zoltan J. Koles*, University of Alberta, Canada
Dipole Sources Localization of MRPs Using ICA and Cortical Dipole Layer Imaging. pp. 99-100.
Junichi Hori* and Naotoshi Aoki, Niigata University, Japan
Impedance Spectroscopy and Multi-Frequency Electrical Impedance Tomography. pp. 101-102.
Eung Je Woo*, Kyung Hee University, Korea
Mathematical Expressions of Reconstructions of Conductivity and Permittivity from Current Density. pp. 103-104.
Chikayoshi Sumi* and Keita Hayakawa, Sophia University, Japan
Importance of Including Anisotropic Conductivities of Grey Matter in EEG Source Localization. pp. 105-106.
Hans Hallez*, Bart Vanrumste, Steven Delputte, Peter Van Hese, Yves D'Asseler, and Ignace Lemahieu, Chent University, Belgium
Electroencephalogram and Magnetoencephalogram
Estimation of Time-Frequency Causal Influences Between Cortical Areas During a Combined Movement of Foot and Lips. pp. 107-108.
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 Sapienzah, Italy, (Invited)
Localization of Event-Related (De)Synchronization of Cerebral Cortex During Online Control of Brain-Computer Interface using Minimum-Norm Estimates in the Frequency Domain. pp. 109-110.
Han Yuan*, Alexander Doud, Arvind Gururajan, and Bin He, University of Minnesota, US
A Human Walking Simulator with Reflexive Responses to Perturbation and its Evaluation. pp. 111-112.
Yu Ikemoto* and Wenwei Yu, Chiba University, Japan
Neuronal Impairment and Instability. pp. 113-115.
Toshimitsu Musha* and Haruyasu Matsuzaki, Brain Function Lab, Japan, (Invited)
The Influence of Electrode Size on EEG Lead Field Sensitivity Distributions. pp. 116-117.
Katrina Wendel, Nathaniel Narra, Markus Hannula, Jari Hyttinen*, and Jaakko Malmivuo, Tampere University of Technology, Finland
Finite Difference Anisotropic Formulations for the EEG Forward Problem. pp. 118-119.
Paolo Bruno, Jari Hyttinen*, Paolo Inchingolo, Alberto Magrofuoco, Fabio Meneghini, Stefano Mininel, and Federica Vatta, University of Trieste, Italy
Computing and Computer Simulations
Simulations of Magnetic Activity Generated from Gastric Electrical Activity. pp. 120-121.
Rie Komuro*, Leo K. Cheng, and Andrew J. Pullan, Bioengineering Institute, The University of Auckland, New Zealand
Computer Simulation of Electrophysiology Study Based on Whole-Heart Models. pp. 122-124.
Xin Zhu*, Daming Wei, and Osamu Okazaki, University of Aizu, Japan
A Virtual Reality Simulating Catheter Manipulations. pp. 125-126.
Shin Hasegawa*, Hidetaka Funayama, and Daming Wei, University of Aizu, Japan


 


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