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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Aleksandra Miasnikova
Estimation of Cross-frequency Interactions in the Human Brain
9
2018
In the work A. Myasnikova applies the new method for the extraction of interacting signals along with their topographies to the EEG recording obtained from participants at rest. The method has been developed by the Group of Neurodynamics, HSE.

The frequency ratio of 2:3, 2:1, i.e. beta-gamma, beta-alpha rhythmic components, is considered. The new method is validated both in simulations and in real data. A set of techniques to enhance the accuracy and robustness of the algorithm is developed and applied.

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