Thibaut De Bock

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ECG, measuring body-surface electrical waves generated in the heart, is the golden standard for diagnosis of various cardiovascular diseases. The 2011 Physionet challenge visions mobile phones that can be used to collect and analyse ECG records. Such devices are particularly useful in underdeveloped regions, which have a large population size but lack(More)
A preliminary study by Sneddon et al. (2005) using visual working memory tasks coupled with quantified EEG (qEEG) analysis distinguished mild dementia subjects from normal aging ones with a high degree of accuracy. The present study hypothesizes that a simpler task such as having a subject count backwards mentally by ones can be coupled with qEEG to yield a(More)
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