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The In-the-Ear Recording Concept: User-Centered and Wearable Brain Monitoring
The integration of brain monitoring based on electroencephalography (EEG) into everyday life has been hindered by the limited portability and long setup time of current wearable systems as well as byExpand
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An in-the-ear platform for recording electroencephalogram
  • D. Looney, C. Park, +4 authors D. Mandic
  • Engineering, Computer Science
  • Annual International Conference of the IEEE…
  • 1 December 2011
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We introduce a novel approach to brain monitoring based on electroencephalogram (EEG) recordings from within the ear canal. Expand
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Time-Frequency Analysis of EEG Asymmetry Using Bivariate Empirical Mode Decomposition
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A novel method is introduced to determine asymmetry, the lateralization of brain activity, using extension of the algorithm empirical mode decomposition (EMD). Expand
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Measuring phase synchrony using complex extensions of EMD
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A framework for the robust assessment of phase synchrony between multichannel observations is introduced. Expand
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Erratum to: 36th International Symposium on Intensive Care and Emergency Medicine
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Real-time electrical measurement of L929 cellular spontaneous and synchronous oscillation
Nonexcitable cell types, fibroblasts of heart muscle or astrocytes, are well known for their spontaneous Ca2+ oscillations. On the other hand, murine fibroblast (L929) cells are known to be deficientExpand
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Impaired post-ischaemic microvascular hyperaemia in Indian Asians is unexplained by diabetes or other cardiovascular risk factors.
OBJECTIVE People of Indian Asian descent have an increased risk of cardiovascular disease (CVD) that cannot be explained by diabetes and other established CVD risk factors. We investigated ifExpand
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36th International Symposium on Intensive Care and Emergency Medicine
Table of contentsP001 - Sepsis impairs the capillary response within hypoxic capillaries and decreases erythrocyte oxygen-dependent ATP effluxR. M. Bateman, M. D. Sharpe, J. E. Jagger, C. G.Expand
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