M. Ortiz del Castillo

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BACKGROUND This paper describes use of Prony's method as a filter applied to multifocal visual-evoked-potential (mfVEP) signals. Prony's method can be viewed as an extension of Fourier analysis that allows a signal to be decomposed into a linear combination of functions with different amplitudes, damping factors, frequencies and phase angles. METHOD By(More)
BACKGROUND This paper describes a new non-commercial software application (mfVEP(2)) developed to process multifocal visual-evoked-potential (mfVEP) signals in latency (monocular and interocular) progression studies. METHOD The software performs analysis by cross-correlating signals from the same patients. The criteria applied by the software include best(More)
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