The christmas break saw the BCMI-MIdAS team present a new paper in the current contents of Journal of Neuroscience Methods (Elsevier), discussing the development of a new method for identifying EEG correlates of continuous independent variables which outperforms canonical correlation analysis and common spatial patterns. The full paper can be viewed online first as of December 26th 2014 here. Demonstration files accompanying the paper, including code and examples, can be downloaded under a GNU general public license from first author Ian Daly's personal website, here.
January should be a busy month with more journal publications in the pipeline and some exciting news to follow soon.
In the meantime, I look forward to seeing some of you at either the Royal College of Music, or the 56th Audio Engineering Society conference, both in London, or the Peninsula Arts Contemporary Music Festival in Plymouth, all coming up in February. As I mentioned in my last update, I have a lecture recital of a new piece made using a neural network at the RCM, a conference paper for BCMI-MIdAS for the AES, and our ALS/MND sonification installation will be held at the 360 immersive theatre in Plymouth daily during the PACMF festival.
I will try to update again around the end of Feb!