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Our BIOMAG 2002 supplement: PDF
Malmivuo and Plonsey (1995) Bioelectromagnetism, Oxford University Press, N.Y.
Wikipedia article on Magnetoencephalography.
VSM maintains a bibliography here.
When you are writing your paper, you'll want to include a paragraph in your Methods section that goes something like this:
Neuromagnetic data were recorded at 600 Hz with a bandwidth of 0—150 Hz using a CTF 275 MEG system (CTF Systems, Inc., Canada) composed of a whole-head array of 275 radial 1st order gradiometer/SQUID channels housed in a magnetically shielded room (Vacuumschmelze, Germany). Synthetic 3rd gradient balancing was used to remove background noise on-line.
(Substitute the appropriate sampling rate and bandwidth. Usually the bandwidth is 0 to 1/4 the sampling rate.)
If you wish to provide a reference, it is:
"A 275-channel whole cortex MEG system." Fife AA, Vrba J, Haid G, Hoang T, Kubik PR, Lee S, Loewen R, McKay J, McKenzie D, Robinson SE, Spear P, Tillotson M, Coppola R. Proceedings of the 13th annual conference on biomagnetism (2002). Nowak, Haueusen, Gie▀ler, Huonker, Eds., VDE Verlag, Berlin.
Also, if you use the Biowulf to do MEG processing, you should reference them as follows:
Please report the publication of articles which made use of the cluster to the Helix Systems Staff, either by citing the reference in email to email@example.com, or by mailing a copy of the article to:
Chief, Helix Systems Staff NIH 12 Center Drive Building 12B, Rm 2N207 Bethesda, Md. 20892-5680