Спектроскопия в околоинфракрасном диапазоне (fNIRS) как гибридная система: обзор
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Научный журнал Моделирование, оптимизация и информационные технологииThe scientific journal Modeling, Optimization and Information Technology
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issn 2310-6018

Functional near-infrared spectroscopy (fNIRS) as a hybrid system: a review

Samandari A.M.  

UDC 617.57.77
DOI: 10.26102/2310-6018/2024.44.1.005

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Sensor devices and biomedical imaging technologies used in clinical application scenarios are essential for providing a comprehensive portrait of patients’ state, but these technologies, despite their outstanding advantages, have their inherent disadvantages. Beginning with the principle of complementary images of medical imaging techniques, this review examines the functional near- infrared spectroscopy (fNIRS) technique and its use as a hybrid system. The fNIRS technology delivers impressive results in terms of the biological signal classification accuracy, but its use as a hybrid system with electroencephalography (EEG) and electromyography (EMG) achieved better results because it has become a complementary tool to fill the deficit of the common technology with it, and this has been highlighted in this review. The results show that the superiority in the biological signal classification accuracy provided by hybrid systems from fNIRS with EEG and EMG would provide a comprehensive and objective assessment of the patients’ state from the stage of illness to healing. In conclusion, we have no indication from the scientific studies of the previous four years (2020–2023) that demonstrate which of the hybrid systems is better than others when used in clinical practice, and this encourages further in-depth studies to validate the combination of methods to prove their success and preference.

Samandari Ali Mirdan

Email: aliofphysics777ali@gmail.com

Belgorod State University

Belgorod, the Russian Federation

Keywords: HBCIs, fNIRS, fMRI, EEG, EMG, MEG

For citation: Samandari A.M. Functional near-infrared spectroscopy (fNIRS) as a hybrid system: a review. Modeling, Optimization and Information Technology. 2024;12(1). Available from: https://moitvivt.ru/ru/journal/pdf?id=1459 DOI: 10.26102/2310-6018/2024.44.1.005 (In Russ).


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Received 14.10.2023

Revised 20.12.2023

Accepted 19.01.2024

Published 30.01.2024