The diversity of non invasive imaging devices (fMRI, EEG, MEG, NIRS) allows one to explore the brain dynamics provided there exists a mathematical framework that encompass this multimodality and the complexity of the inherent sources of the cerebral signals. Despite a general agreement about the source modeling, many mathematical strategies have been elaborated in order to solve the inevitable ill-posed inverse problem. What are the common features between those approaches? What are the mathematical frameworks the most appropriate for handling simultaneous measurements from different modalities? What are the best approaches for estimating both spatial and temporal brain activities?

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