Motion correction

Definition: Motion correction refers to the strategy that corrects the data contaminated by motion artifacts. In fNIRS data analysis, two types of motion correction techniques are available: those that rely on a prior motion detection algorithm which typically requires parameter tuning, and those that correct motion artifacts in a fully automated manner.

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Synonym: Motion removal, motion scrubbing, motion censoring, denoising

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Related terms: Artifact, Accelerometer, Gyroscope, Inertial measurement Unit (IMU)

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