Detection of neuronal spikes using an adaptive threshold based on the max–min spread sorting method

@article{Chan2008DetectionON,
  title={Detection of neuronal spikes using an adaptive threshold based on the max–min spread sorting method},
  author={Hsiao-lung Chan and Ming-An Lin and Tony Wu and Shih-Tseng Lee and Pei-Kuang Chao},
  journal={Journal of Neuroscience Methods},
  year={2008},
  volume={172},
  pages={112-121}
}
Neuronal spike information can be used to correlate neuronal activity to various stimuli, to find target neural areas for deep brain stimulation, and to decode intended motor command for brain-machine interface. Typically, spike detection is performed based on the adaptive thresholds determined by running root-mean-square (RMS) value of the signal. Yet conventional detection methods are susceptible to threshold fluctuations caused by neuronal spike intensity. In the present study we propose a… CONTINUE READING
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