Automatic EEG analysis during long-term monitoring in the ICU.

@article{Agarwal1998AutomaticEA,
  title={Automatic EEG analysis during long-term monitoring in the ICU.},
  author={R Agarwal and Jean Gotman and Danny Flanagan and Bernard Rosenblatt},
  journal={Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology},
  year={1998},
  volume={107 1},
  pages={
          44-58
        }
}
To assist in the reviewing of prolonged EEGs, we have developed an automatic EEG analysis method that can be used to compress the prolonged EEG into two pages. The proposed approach of Automatic Analysis of Segmented-EEG (AAS-EEG) consists of 4 basic steps: (1) segmentation; (2) feature extraction; (3) classification; and (4) presentation. The idea is to break down the EEG into stationary segments and extract features that can be used to classify the segments into groups of like patterns. The… CONTINUE READING

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