Jose Antonio Urigüen

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This paper presents an extensive review on the artifact removal algorithms used to remove the main sources of interference encountered in the electroencephalogram (EEG), specifically ocular, muscular and cardiac artifacts. We first introduce background knowledge on the characteristics of EEG activity, of the artifacts and of the EEG measurement model. Then,(More)
Parametric signals, such as streams of short pulses, appear in many applications including bio-imaging, radar, and spread-spectrum communication. The recently developed finite rate of innovation (FRI) framework, has paved the way to low rate sampling of such signals, by exploiting the fact that only a small number of parameters per unit of time are needed(More)
The theory of Finite Rate of Innovation (FRI) broadened the traditional sampling paradigm to certain classes of parametric signals. In the presence of noise, the original procedures are not as stable, and a different treatment is needed. In this paper we review the ideal FRI sampling scheme and some of the existing techniques to combat noise. We then(More)
Idiopathic epilepsy is characterized by generalized seizures with no apparent cause. One of its main problems is the lack of biomarkers to monitor the evolution of patients. The only tools they can use are limited to inspecting the amount of seizures during previous periods of time and assessing the existence of interictal discharges. As a result, there is(More)
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