Synthetic-aperture magnetometry

Synthetic-aperture magnetometry (SAM) is a method for analysis of data obtained from magnetoencephalography (MEG) and electroencephalography (EEG). SAM is a nonlinear beamforming approach which can be thought of as a spatial filter. [1]

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  1. Robinson S.E., Vrba, J. Functional neuroimaging by synthetic aperture magnetometry (SAM). In: Yoshimoto T, Kotani M, Kuriki S, Karibe H,Nakasato N, editors. Recent Advances in Biomagnetism. Sendai: Tohoku University Press; 1998. p. 302–305
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