Carole Philippe

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OPTISAS is a visualization method that allows describing very precisely a patient with Sleep Apnea Syndrome. Using the events scored by the physician, our method gives a set of graphs that are a detailed representation of the condition, sleep stage and position, in which the events occur. This helps for the diagnosis. This is possible thanks to the(More)
—Sleep stage identification is the first step in modern sleep disorder diagnostics process. K-complex is an indicator for the sleep stage 2. However, due to the ambiguity of the translation of the medical standards into a computer-based procedure, reliability of automated K-complex detection from the EEG wave is still far from expectation. More(More)
The Sleep Apnea Syndrome is a sleep disorder characterized by frequently repeated respiratory disorders during sleep. It needs the simultaneous recording of many physiological parameters to be diagnosed. The analysis of these curves is a time consuming task made by sleep Physicians. First, they detect some physiological events on each curve and then, they(More)
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