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What is a Prolate Spheroid Wave Function and how does it apply to EEGs and brain mapping ?

http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1063520306000650

https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipe...eroidCoord.png/360px-ProlateSpheroidCoord.png

http://www.researchgate.net/publication/251973013_Discrete_Prolate_Spheroidal_Sequences_for_compressive_sensing_of_EEG_signals

http://journal.frontiersin.org/article/10.3389/fnhum.2013.00338/full

(seems like they are trying to reduce the amount of "noise" using PSWF, focusing in on the EEG nodes by only capturing the wave function of the human head? is this right ?)If the prolate spheroid is a better and more accurate model of the human head and the wave-function of a prolate spheroid is being sought/ used, is the wave-function of a brain then being utilized with this "medical" technology ?Could this be a method of data acquisition for mind uploading/ brain mapping ?

Spatial Smoothing in fMRI Using Prolate

Spheroidal Wave Functions

http://wagerlab.colorado.edu/files/papers/Lindquist_2008_Hum%20Brain%20Mapp.pdf

is data acquisition the reason they are using the wave-function of a prolate spheroid ?

because..

http://www.rochester.edu/newscenter...que-efficiently-finds-quantum-wave-functions/

AND.. both "COMPRESSIVE DIRECT MEASUREMENT" and "COMPRESSIVE SENSING" are used...

*Approximate formulae for certain prolate spheroidal wave functions valid for large values of both order and band-limit*http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1063520306000650

A prolate spheroid of variable eccentricity is used to provide a more accurate model of the geometry of the human head than is possible with a simple sphere.

https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipe...eroidCoord.png/360px-ProlateSpheroidCoord.png

http://www.researchgate.net/publication/251973013_Discrete_Prolate_Spheroidal_Sequences_for_compressive_sensing_of_EEG_signals

In this paper we show thatusing Discrete Prolate SpheroidalSequences, rather than sine functions,it is possible to derive a sampling andwhich is similar to CS.reconstruction method

Assuming non-uniform sampling our procedure can be connected with compressive sensing without complex reconstruction methods.

Discrete Prolate Spheroidal Sequences for compressive sensing of EEG signals- ResearchGate. Available from:http://www.researchgate.net/publication/251973013_Discrete_Prolate_Spheroidal_Sequences_for_compressive_sensing_of_EEG_signals [accessed Jun 22, 2015].

**Dissociating neuronal gamma-band activity from cranial and ocular muscle activity in EEG**http://journal.frontiersin.org/article/10.3389/fnhum.2013.00338/full

(seems like they are trying to reduce the amount of "noise" using PSWF, focusing in on the EEG nodes by only capturing the wave function of the human head? is this right ?)If the prolate spheroid is a better and more accurate model of the human head and the wave-function of a prolate spheroid is being sought/ used, is the wave-function of a brain then being utilized with this "medical" technology ?Could this be a method of data acquisition for mind uploading/ brain mapping ?

The focus of mind uploading, in the case of copy-and-transfer, is ondata acquisition

**Human Brain Mapping**29:1276–1287 (2008)Spatial Smoothing in fMRI Using Prolate

Spheroidal Wave Functions

http://wagerlab.colorado.edu/files/papers/Lindquist_2008_Hum%20Brain%20Mapp.pdf

is data acquisition the reason they are using the wave-function of a prolate spheroid ?

because..

& Might it be possible to combine the PSWF method withThe result of every possible measurement on a quantum system is coded in its wave function,

**this**wave-function measurement method ?http://www.rochester.edu/newscenter...que-efficiently-finds-quantum-wave-functions/

both DO seem to deal with data acquisition and reconstruction techniques...The new method, calledcompressive direct measurement,allowed the team toreconstructa quantum state at 90 percent fidelity(a measure of accuracy) using only a quarter of the measurements required by previous methods.

AND.. both "COMPRESSIVE DIRECT MEASUREMENT" and "COMPRESSIVE SENSING" are used...

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