Contributions to Books:
F. Rattay, S. M. Danner, U. Hofstötter, K. Minassian:
"Finite Element Modeling for Extracellular Stimulation";
in: "Encyclopedia of Computational Neuroscience",
D. Jaeger, R. Jung (ed.);
Springer Science+Business Media,
Finite element modeling is an important computational tool in neural engineering to simulate neural excitation with implanted electrodes or with surface electrodes. Besides its importance for analyzing artificially generated neural activities, e.g., in the spinal cord, this technique is useful to interpret recorded electrical biosignals generated by neural or muscle tissue activities.
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