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The forward problem is implemented using the symmetric Boundary Element method [Kybic et al, 2005], providing excellent accuracy, particularly for superficial cortical sources. The source localization procedures implemented in OpenMEEG are based on a distributed source model, with three different types of regularization: the Minimum Norm, and the L2 and L1 norms of the surface gradient of the sources [Adde et al, 2005].
Installation ============ To work, this suite of programs needs a proper installation of cmake (http://www.cmake.org) and : - on Windows of Intel MKL - on Mac OS X of Intel MKL - on Linux of Intel MKL or preferably ATLAS (http://math-atlas.sourceforge.net/) To compile the software do : Linux & Mac OS X ---------------- >> cd build_directory build_d more»
openmeeg (2.0.0.dfsg-2) unstable; urgency=low * Initial Debian release (Closes: #517346) * Addressing ftp-master concerns: - debian/copyright: include complete text of CeCILL-B (see #565884 for why CeCILLs aren't yet in common-licenses) - debian/control: apparently CeCILL-B is now DFSG-compliant, so moving into main from non-free -- Yaroslav Halchenko <debian@onerussian. more»
Release 1.1: New features: - added target for uninstalling (make uninstall). - possibility of evaluating the potential at any point within inner volume. - for Functional Electric Stimulation: added a new criterion to optimize: current activation. Improvements: - support for MKL-10.0 on MacOS. - added the possibility of statically linked libraries for easier distribution (unix only). - more more»
Format-Specification: http://wiki.debian.org/Proposals/CopyrightFormat Upstream-Name: OpenMEEG Upstr more»