M.F. Funada, T. Funada, M. Shibukawa, Y. Igarashi, and S.P. Ninomija (Japan)
EEGs, ERPs, normal distributions, modeling, simulation
The purpose of this paper is primarily to construct
suitable models of Event Related Potentials (ERPs for
short) of human beings while they engage in some tasks.
We obtain some models by superposing several normal
distributions of ERPs. By simulations we evaluate the
models how much they are satisfactory to show brain
situations while they are activated to specific tasks. From
the evaluation and related discussions, we consider that
the method used in this paper is useful for estimating
phenomena in human brains, particularly when they
engage in tasks of recognizing words or phrases.