Florian Gabsteiger

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EEG involves the recording, analysis, and interpretation of voltages recorded on the human scalp which originate from brain gray matter. EEG is one of the most popular methods of studying and understanding the processes that underlie behavior. This is so, because EEG is relatively cheap, easy to wear, light weight and has high temporal resolution. In terms(More)
Analysis of electroencephalography (EEG) recorded during movement is often aggravated or even completely hindered by electromyogenic artifacts. This is caused by the overlapping frequencies of brain and myogenic activity and the higher amplitude of the myogenic signals. One commonly employed computational technique to reduce these types of artifacts is(More)
Electromyogenic or muscle artifacts constitute a major problem in studies involving electroencephalography (EEG) measurements. This is because the rather low signal activity of the brain is overlaid by comparably high signal activity of muscles, especially neck muscles. Hence, recording an artifact-free EEG signal during movement or physical exercise is(More)
Muscular movement artifacts constitute a major problem in studies involving electroencephalography (EEG) measurements. EEG measurements are used in a variety of different fields like diagnosing epilepsy and other brain related diseases or in biofeedback for athletes. A major drawback is that EEG is susceptible to artifacts of neck muscles due to the low(More)
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