Partially Adaptive STAP for fMRI: A Method for Detecting Brain Activation Regions in Simulation and Human Data
4th IEEE International Symposium on Biomedical Imaging
Source of Publication
Biomedical Imaging: From Nano to Macro, 2007
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
This paper introduces three partially adaptive space-time processing (STAP) schemes for analyzing fMRI data. Element space partially adaptive STAP can achieve performance close to that of fully adaptive STAP while greatly decreasing the CPU running time and memory requirements when applied to both synthetic as well as real human brain data. In synthetic analyses, partially adaptive STAP algorithms exhibit better detection characteristics than the traditional cross-correlation method. This is supported by human data in which element space and fully adaptive STAP produce activation maps that closely resemble those of cross-correlation.
biomedical, MRI, brain, medical signal processing, thompson
Elizabeth A. Thompson, Lejian Huang, Scott K. Holland, Vincent Schmithorst, and Thomas M. Talavage (2007).
Partially Adaptive STAP for fMRI: A Method for Detecting Brain Activation Regions in Simulation and Human Data. Biomedical Imaging: From Nano to Macro, 2007.ISBI 2007, 400-403. Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers.Presented at 4th IEEE International Symposium on Biomedical Imaging, Arlington, Virginia.
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