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Phase-encoded designs advanced the early development of functional MRI, enabling the "killer app" of retinotopic mapping, which helped demonstrate fMRI's value to a skeptical scientific public. The design, also called "the traveling wave", remains in wide use today, due to its ability to easily measure neural activity in a parameterized set of experimental conditions. In phase-encoded designs, stimuli defined by a numerical parameter, for example visual eccentricity, are presented continuouslydoi:10.1016/j.neuroimage.2011.09.059 pmid:21985909 fatcat:zrzmvy3pdra2hil46rcktrr7zm