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Multichannel Time–Frequency Complexity Measures for the Analysis of Age-Related Changes in Neuromagnetic Resting-State Activity

Abstract : We propose new multichannel time-frequency complexity measures to evaluate differences on magnetoencephalograpy (MEG) recordings between healthy young and old subjects at rest at different spatial scales. After reviewing the Rényi and singular value decomposition entropies based on time-frequency representations, we introduce multichannel generalizations, using multilinear singular value decomposition for one of them. We test these quantities on synthetic data, illustrating how the introduced complexity measures focus on number of components, nonstationarity, and similarity across channels. Friedman tests are used to confirm the differences between young and old groups, and heterogeneity within groups. Experimental results show a consistent increase in complexity measures for the old group. When analyzing the topographical distribution of complexity values, we found clusters in the frontal sensors. The complexity measures here introduced seem to be a better indicator of the neurophysiologic changes of aging than power envelope connectivity. Here, we applied new multichannel time-frequency complexity measures to resting-state MEG recordings from healthy young and old subjects. We showed that these features are able to reveal regional clusters. The multichannel time-frequency complexities can be used to monitor the aging of subjects. They also allow a mutual information approach, and could be applied to a wider range of problems.
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Marcelo Colominas, Vincent Wens, Alison Mary, Nicolas Coquelet, Mohamad El Sayed Hussein Jomaa, et al.. Multichannel Time–Frequency Complexity Measures for the Analysis of Age-Related Changes in Neuromagnetic Resting-State Activity. IEEE Journal of Biomedical and Health Informatics, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, 2019, 23 (6), pp.2428-2434. ⟨10.1109/JBHI.2019.2892823⟩. ⟨hal-02529747⟩

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