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2010 Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology
The fetal magnetoencephalogram (fMEG) is measured in the presence of large interference from maternal and fetal magnetocardiograms (mMCG and fMCG). These cardiac interferences can be attenuated by orthogonal projection (OP) technique of the corresponding spatial vectors. However, the OP technique redistributes the fMEG signal among the channels and also leaves some cardiac residuals (partially attenuated mMCG and fMCG) due to loss of stationarity in the signal. In this paper, we propose a noveldoi:10.1109/iembs.2010.5626753 pmid:21096327 pmcid:PMC3102006 fatcat:ld3mmfuxwfau5l4kvci5fxlxxe