Removal of Ocular Artifacts in the EEG through Wavelet Transform without using an EOG Reference Channel

  title={Removal of Ocular Artifacts in the EEG through Wavelet Transform without using an EOG Reference Channel},
  author={P. Senthil Kumar and Ramalingam Arumuganathan and Karuppan Sivakumar and C. Vimal},
This paper presents a statistical method for removing ocular artifacts in the electroencephalogram (EEG) records. Artifacts in EEG signals are caused by various factors, like line interference, EOG (electro-oculogram) and ECG (electrocardiogram). The removal of ocular artifact from scalp EEGs is of considerable importance for both the automated and visual analysis of underlying brainwave activity. These noise sources increase the difficulty in analyzing the EEG and obtaining clinical… CONTINUE READING
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