A Non-EEG Biosignals Dataset for Assessment and Visualization of Neurological Status

  title={A Non-EEG Biosignals Dataset for Assessment and Visualization of Neurological Status},
  author={Javad Birjandtalab and Diana Cogan and Maziyar Baran Pouyan and Mehrdad Nourani},
  journal={2016 IEEE International Workshop on Signal Processing Systems (SiPS)},
Neurological assessment can be used to monitor a person's neurological status. In this paper, we report collection and analysis of a multimodal dataset of Non-EEG physiological signals available in the public domain. We have found this signal set useful for inferring the neurological status of individuals. The data was collected using non-invasive wrist worn biosensors and consists of electrodermal activity (EDA), temperature, acceleration, heart rate (HR), and arterial oxygen level (SpO2). We… Expand
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