Practical Denoising of MEG Data Using Wavelet Transform
Magnetoencephalography (MEG) is an important noninvasive, non-hazardous technology for functional brain mapping, measuring the magnetic fields due to the intracellular neuronal current flow in the brain. However, the inherent level of noise in the data collection process is large enough to obscure the signal(s) of interest most often. In this paper, a practical denoising technique based on the wavelet transform and the multiresolution signal decomposition technique is presented. The proposed technique is substantiated by the application results using three different mother wavelets on the recorded MEG signal.
KeywordsDiscrete Wavelet Transform Wavelet Transform Finite Impulse Response Independent Component Analysis Mother Wavelet
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