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The problem of estimating an unknown transient signal, given an ensemble of waveforms, in which this signal appears as a nonrandom component in the presence of additive noise is considered. This problem is solved by generalizing the method of "a posteriori 'Wiener' filtering". In the new method, the ensemble average is filtered by a time-varying system(More)
The aim of this investigation is to compare EEG power-density spectra between dyslexic and normal children. The children have been selected on the basis of specific reading and writing tasks; those with severe organic diseases and mental disorders were excluded. Groups aged 8, 9 and 10 years have been compared. In the 8-year-old group the power in the alpha(More)
Evoked potential waveforms are generally of a dynamic, transient character. Consequently, their spectral energy distribution cannot be adequately described by time-invariant representations, such as the power density spectrum. Obviously, a spectro-temporal description is needed. Appropriate means for obtaining such descriptions are discussed, on the basis(More)
In the search for methods which might increase the discrimination of the EEG, the power density spectra of a random sample of patients during different conditions were analysed. Power density spectra were made during eyes closed, eyes open, after hyperventilation, during photic stimulation, and during auditory stimulation. It proved that the spectra may(More)
In six patients suffering from a multifocal neurological disease of the demyelinating type, a somatosensory evoked response was analyzed in the cortical and cervical are after stimulating the right index finger and the right nervus suralis. The results of the investigation with this method indicate that localization of the central nervous system pathology(More)
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