Changes in the neurological functions of the human brain are often a precursor to numerous degenerative diseases. Advanced EEG systems and other monitoring systems used in preventive diagnostic procedures incorporate innovative features for brain monitoring functions such as real-time automated signal processing techniques and sophisticated amplifiers. Highlighting the US, Europe, Australia, New Zealand, Japan, Korea, China, and many other areas, EEG/ERP Analysis: Methods and Applications examines how researchers from various disciplines have started to work in the field of brain science, and explains the different techniques used for processing EEG/ERP data. Engineers can learn more about the clinical applications, while clinicians and biomedical scientists can familiarize themselves with the technical aspects and theoretical approaches.
This book explores the recent advances involved in EEG/ERP analysis for brain monitoring, details successful EEG and ERP applications, and presents the neurological aspects in a simplified way so that those with an engineering background can better design clinical instruments. It consists of 13 chapters and includes the advanced techniques used for signal enhancement, source localization, data fusion, classification, and quantitative EEG. In addition, some of the chapters are contributed by neurologists and neurosurgeons providing the clinical aspects of EEG/ERP analysis.
EEG/ERP Analysis: Methods and Applicationsis a resource for biomedical and neuroscience scientists who are working on neural signal processing and interpretation, and biomedical engineers who are working on EEG/ERP signal analysis methods and developing clinical instrumentation. It can also assist neurosurgeons, psychiatrists, and postgraduate students doing research in neural engineering, as well as electronic engineers in neural signal processing and instrumentation.
"… good coverage of topics from some basic ideas such as the genesis of EEG/ ERP to advanced applications including computer-brain interface, neuro rehabilitation, and neuro feedback. I am delighted to note that applied signal processing concepts have been explained so nicely in an easy-to-understand way that is certainly a great treat for nonmathematically oriented researchers such as neuro scientists, cognitive scientists, psychologists, and psychiatrists."
--Prof. D (Nanda) Nandagopal, University of South Australia, Mawson Lakes
"ERP/EEG Analysis: Methods and Applications is a brilliant book. It is a compendium of the latest brain mapping methods, techniques, and concepts presented in a self-explanatory and easy-to-understand format. In a clear exposition of difficult areas, this inspirational book demonstrates how advanced methods and techniques employed in the processing of measurements of brain activities can be employed for monitoring process of brain disorders and dysfunctions.
This comprehensive volume adequately covers brain mapping technologies, describing uses for the biomedical engineer and neuroscientist. Clinical applications of EEG/ERP in neurological disorders, psychophysiological disorders, and severe brain injuries are conspicuously presented, which makes this book essential reading for those with great interest in mapping of brain activity in health and disease.
In addition, the book’s repertoire contains specialist areas pertaining to integrative modalities, neurofeedback, quantitative EEG, and the brain-computer interface. Written by world renowned experts, this book is an essential reference piece for all scientists and medical engineers interested in deciphering the neural code through neural signaling, undoubtedly to benefit a more comprehensive understanding of the brain."
--Roman R. Poznanski, Rockefeller University, New York, USA
"…this compendium of EEG/event-related brain potential analysis methods and applications presents a large amount of specialized information as clearly as its technical nature allows … it helped me to understand how a number of analytic techniques actually work, along with the tradeoffs implicit in their use. Its value as a methodological reference clearly exceeds its bulk. And it delivers some interesting, non-mathematical thoughts along the way."
—Journal of Clinical Neurophysiology, February 2016
Introduction; Humaira Nisar and Kim Ho Yeap
The Fundamentals of EEG Signal Processing;Nidal Kamel
Event-Related Potentials;Zhongqing Jiang
Brain Source Localization Using EEG Signals;Munsif Ali Jatoi, Tahamina Begum, and Arslan Shahid
Epilepsy Detection and Monitoring;Arslan Shahid and John KJ Tharakan
Neurological Injury Monitoring Using qEEG;Waqas Rasheed and Tong-Boon Tang
Quantitative EEG for Brain–Computer Interfaces;Anton Albajes-Eizagirre, Laura Dubreuil-Vall, David Ibáñez,Alejandro Riera, Aureli Soria-Frisch, Stephen Dunne, and Giulio Ruffini
EEG and qEEG in Psychiatry;Likun Xia and Ahmad Rauf Subhani
Perspectives of M-EEG and fMRI Data Fusion;Jose M Sanchez-Bornot and Alwani Liyana Ahmad
Memory Retention and Recall Process;Hafeez Ullah Amin and Aamir Saeed Malik
Neurofeedback;Mark Llewellyn Smith, Thomas F Collura, and Jeffrey Tarrant
Future Integration of EEG-fMRI in Psychiatry, Psychology, and Cultural Neuroscience;Mohd Nasir Che Mohd Yusoff, Mohd Ali Md Salim, Mohd Faiz Mohamed Mustafar, Jafri Malin Abdullah, and Wan Nor Azlen Wan Mohamad
Future Use of EEG, ERP, EEG/MEG, and EEG-fMRI in Treatment, Prognostication, and Rehabilitation of Medical and Surgical Neurological Ailments; Jafri Malin Abullah, Zamzuri Idris, Nor Safira Elaina Mohd Noor,Tahamina Begum, Faruque Reza, and Wan Ilma Dewi Putri Wan Burhanuddin