The analysis of electroencephalographic (EEG) series associated with movement performance is important for understanding the cortical neural control on motor tasks. While the existence of long-range correlations in physiological dynamics has been reported in previous studies, such a characterization in EEG series gathered during upper-limb movements has not been performed yet. To this end, here we report on a fractional integrated autoregressive analysis of EEG series during different functional classes of motor actions and resting phase, and data were gathered from 33 healthy volunteers. Results show significant differences in EEG long-range correlations on EEG series from characteristic topography.
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