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A Novel Independent RNN Approach to Classification of Seizures against Non-seizures

  title={A Novel Independent RNN Approach to Classification of Seizures against Non-seizures},
  author={Xinghua Yao and Qiang Shawn Cheng and Guoqiang Zhang},
In current clinical practices, electroencephalograms (EEG) are reviewed and analyzed by trained neurologists to provide supports for therapeutic decisions. Manual reviews can be laborious and error prone. Automatic and accurate seizure/non-seizure classification methods are desirable. A critical challenge is that seizure morphologies exhibit considerable variabilities. In order to capture essential seizure features, this paper leverages an emerging deep learning model, the independently… 

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