Fractal analysis of electroencephalographic signals intracerebrally recorded during 35 epileptic seizures: evaluation of a new method for synoptic visualisation of ictal events.

@article{Bullmore1994FractalAO,
  title={Fractal analysis of electroencephalographic signals intracerebrally recorded during 35 epileptic seizures: evaluation of a new method for synoptic visualisation of ictal events.},
  author={Edward T. Bullmore and Michael J. Brammer and P Bourlon and Gonzalo Alarc{\'o}n and C. E. Polkey and R. D. C. Elwes and C. D. Binnie},
  journal={Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology},
  year={1994},
  volume={91 5},
  pages={337-45}
}
Traditional electroencephalography (EEG) produces a large volume display of brain electrical activity, which creates problems particularly in assessment of long periods of intracranial, stereoelectroencephalographic (SEEG) recording. A method for fractal analysis that describes 100 SEEG data points in terms of a single estimate of fractal dimension (1 < FD < 2) is reported; the central processing unit time costs amount to approximately 2 min/Mbyte of input signal (using a Sun SPARCstation LX… CONTINUE READING