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Nonlinear structures in electroencephalogram signals

@inproceedings{Diambraa2001NonlinearSI,
  title={Nonlinear structures in electroencephalogram signals},
  author={L. Diambraa and C. P. Maltab and A. Capurroc and J. Fern},
  year={2001}
}
We apply a nonlinear prediction algorithm to investigate the presence of nonlinear structure in electroencephalogram (EEG) recordings. The EEG signal could be modeled as a realization of a nonlinear model plus a residual noise (uncorrelated Gaussian noise). Using linear and nonlinear models we analyze the statistical nature of these residual noises in the case of epileptic patients and normal subjects. We found that the residual noise presents Gaussian distribution for epileptic patients if a… 

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