Danilo B. Melges

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The present study proposes to apply magnitude-squared coherence (MSC) to the somatosensory evoked potential for identifying the maximum driving response band. EEG signals, leads [Fpz'-Cz'] and [C3'-C4'], were collected from two groups of normal volunteers, stimulated at the rate of 4.91 (G1: 26 volunteers) and 5.13 Hz (G2: 18 volunteers). About 1400 stimuli(More)
The objective of the present study was to determine the adequate cortical regions based on the signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) for somatosensory evoked potential (SEP) recording. This investigation was carried out using magnitude-squared coherence (MSC), a frequency domain objective response detection technique. Electroencephalographic signals were collected(More)
The multiple component synchrony measure (MCSM), a multivariate objective response detection (MORD) technique in the frequency domain, was applied to EEG signals during somatosensory stimulation of the right posterior tibial nerve collected from derivations [Fpz'-Cz'] and [C3'-C4'] of 10 adult volunteers. Stimuli were applied at the rate of 4.91 Hz and at(More)
The sampling distribution of the multiple coherence estimate between a periodic signal and a set of filtered versions of evoked responses embedded in additive noise signals is derived for the zero-coherence case. For a fixed number of signals used in the estimation, the probability density function varies with the number of data segments. Analytical(More)
This work aims at comparing the performance of two Multivariate Objective Response Detection (MORD) techniques in the frequency domain, the Multiple Coherence (MC) and the Multiple Component Synchrony Measure (MCSM), for tibial nerve somatosensory evoked potential (SEP) detection. Electroencephalographic (EEG) signals during somatosensory stimulation were(More)
AIM This study aimed to investigate the efficiency of Magnitude Squared Coherence (MSC) and Spectral F test (SFT) for the detection of auditory steady state responses (ASSR) obtained by amplitude-modulated noises. MATERIAL AND METHODS Twenty individuals (12 women) without any history of neurological or audiological diseases, aged from 18 to 59 years (mean(More)
This work investigates the influence of the stimulus frequency in the performance of two Objective Response Detection (ORD) techniques, the Magnitude-Squared Coherence (MSC) and the Component Synchrony Measure (CSM), as applied in somatosensory stimulation. Electroencephalographic signals were collected (10-20 International System) from forty adult(More)
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