それぞれ結ぶ中点をCz とし

English translation: Cz as the central point, connecting all the others

05:15 Mar 10, 2017
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Tech/Engineering - Biology (-tech,-chem,micro-) / Bioinformatics
Japanese term or phrase: それぞれ結ぶ中点をCz とし
The following passage is from paper on biometric information processing. Exactly how is the point Cz defined here?

電極の配置方法については、国際 10-20 法、およびその拡張版である 10 %法(拡張 10-20 法)が推奨されている(図 10)。

これらは、鼻根(鼻の付け根)と後頭結節(後頭頭蓋骨の隆起)、および左右の耳介前点(耳の前、頬骨の上にある陥没部)をそれぞれ結ぶ中点をCz とし、そこから 10/20 %の部位(国際10-20 法)、または 10%の部位(10%法)に電極を配置する方法である。
Lekhika
Local time: 13:29
English translation:Cz as the central point, connecting all the others
Explanation:
In the 10-20 system, Cz is the middle of the top of the head. (C= central lobe, Z=placement on the midline.)
Like in the diagram on this page:
https://openi.nlm.nih.gov/detailedresult.php?img=PMC3146818_...
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Michelle Komura
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Local time: 17:59
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4 +3Cz as the central point, connecting all the others
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Cz as the central point, connecting all the others


Explanation:
In the 10-20 system, Cz is the middle of the top of the head. (C= central lobe, Z=placement on the midline.)
Like in the diagram on this page:
https://openi.nlm.nih.gov/detailedresult.php?img=PMC3146818_...


    Reference: http://https://openi.nlm.nih.gov/detailedresult.php?img=PMC3...
Michelle Komura
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Reference: FYI

Reference information:
https://astamuse.com/ja/published/JP/No/2012157624

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