Baseline period

Definition: Baseline period refers to a segment of time preceding the measurement in an experiment, used to establish a reference or comparison point. In fNIRS, the duration of this segment is typically few to several seconds before the onset of an experimental task.Definition: Baseline period refers to a segment of time preceding the measurement in an experiment, used to establish a reference or comparison point. In fNIRS, the duration of this segment is typically few to several seconds before the onset of an experimental task.

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References: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-39955-3_34

Related terms: Baseline, Block Design, Event-related design  

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