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Why does the human brain need to be a nonlinear system?
Description Here we focus our attention on one aspect of the paper by Wright & Liley, by discussing the linearity of the EEG. In the authors opinion some nonlinear models of the cortex can be reduced (approximated)to the linear case when dealing with the millimetric scale. We have argued here that the statement about the linear character of EEG is too strong and that EEG exhibits nonlinear features which can not be ignored.
Bibliographic Information Behav. Brain Sci. 19: 302-303
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2004/04/19 20:26:00 GMT+2
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