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faq:what_kind_of_volume_conduction_models_are_implemented [2012/08/10 12:48]
robert [What kind of volume conduction models of the head (head models) are implemented?]
faq:what_kind_of_volume_conduction_models_are_implemented [2017/08/17 11:21] (current)
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   * single sphere   * single sphere
   * multiple concentric spheres with up to 4 shells   * multiple concentric spheres with up to 4 shells
-  * boundary element model+  * boundary element model (dipoli, bemcp) 
 +  * finite element model (simbio)
  
 and the following common volume conduction models for MEG: and the following common volume conduction models for MEG:
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 If you wish, you can also use a forward model for which you have computed the leadfield matrices outside of fieldtrip in combination with the inverse source reconstruction algorithms that are implemented within FieldTrip. Some matlab code that demonstrates how to do it can be found [[:​example:​use_your_own_forward_leadfield_model_in_an_inverse_beamformer_computation|in this example]]. If you wish, you can also use a forward model for which you have computed the leadfield matrices outside of fieldtrip in combination with the inverse source reconstruction algorithms that are implemented within FieldTrip. Some matlab code that demonstrates how to do it can be found [[:​example:​use_your_own_forward_leadfield_model_in_an_inverse_beamformer_computation|in this example]].
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