Nonlinear analysis of EEG for epileptic seizures

@inproceedings{Hively1995NonlinearAO,
  title={Nonlinear analysis of EEG for epileptic seizures},
  author={Lee M. Hively and N. E. Jr. Clapp and C. Stuart Daw and William F. Lawkins and Maurice Eisenstadt},
  year={1995}
}
We apply chaotic time series analysis (CTSA) to human electroencephalogram (EEG) data. Three epoches were examined: epileptic seizure, non-seizure, and transition from non-seizure to seizure. The CTSA tools were applied to four forms of these data: raw EEG data (e-data), artifact data (f-data) via application of a quadratic zero-phase filter of the raw data, artifact-filtered data (g- data) and that was the residual after subtracting f-data from e-data, and a low-pass-filtered version (h-data… 
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