Quick Patch 184.108.40.206 for BESA Research 6.0 November 2012
BESA Research 6.0 November 2012
BESA Research 6.0 November 2012 is the latest version of the BESA Research series. Compared to BESA 5.3, the 6.0 series provides the following new features:
- Interaction with BESA MRI: Source analysis can be performed with individual volume conductor models (FEM) that were created in BESA MRI. After co-registration, the individual FEM model is automatically available in the head model selection in the source analysis module of BESA Research 6.0.
- ICA: Decomposition of EEG/MEG data into ICA components. ICA components can be used for artifact correction or as spatial components in source analysis. It is also possible to create ICA-reconstructed data only consisting of selected ICA components.
- DICS: Dynamic imaging of coherent sources (Gross et al., 2001) allows to calculate coherence between any two brain voxels or between an external source and brain voxels. DICS can be used to determine coherence in evoked or induced data.
Complete setup: You can download the complete setup file for BESA Research from the following link: Setup BESA Research 6.0 November 2012.exe (489.209.856 bytes).
Update patch: To update BESA Research 6.0 beta September 2012, please download and execute the update patch (33.014.029 bytes).
Trial version: If you would like to test BESA Research without owning a license yet, you can receive a fully functional, time-limited trial version. Please order a trial HASP dongle using the Trial Order Form.
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Individual realistic head models - interaction with BESA MRI 2.0
Individual head models for source analysis.
Independent Component Analysis (ICA)
Independent Component Analysis (ICA) (Lee et al., 1997) is a powerful tool for artifact correction of MEG/EEG data and separation of brain sources.
Dynamic Imaging of Coherent Sources (DICS)
Dynamic Imaging of Coherent Sources (DICS) (Gross et al., 2001) is a sophisticated method for imaging cortico-cortical coherence in the brain or coherence between an external reference (e.g. EMG channel) and cortical structures. DICS can be applied to localize evoked as well as induced coherent cortical activity.