Artefact Processing of the Sleep Eeg in the " Siesta "-project

@inproceedings{Schlgl1999ArtefactPO,
  title={Artefact Processing of the Sleep Eeg in the " Siesta "-project},
  author={Alois Schl{\"o}gl and Peter Anderer and M.-J. Barbanoj and Gerhard Kloesch and Georg Gruber and Jos{\'e} Luis Lorenzo and Oliver Filz and Mikko Koivuluoma and Iead Rezek and Stephen J. Roberts and Alpo V{\"a}rri and Peter Rappelsberger and Gert Pfurtscheller and Georg Dorffner},
  year={1999}
}
Artefact processing is an important issue in automated analysis of the sleep EEG. Nine artefact types were identified and their frequency of occurrence was analysed in 15 all-night sleep recordings from eight European sleep laboratories. Three artefact detection methods were evaluated with the area-under-ROC-curve (AUC), eight artefact minimisation methods were validated visually. Recommended methods are overflow detection, adaptive inverse filtering for movement and muscle detection, adaptive… CONTINUE READING
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