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Sleep syndromes onset detection based on automatic sleep staging algorithm

  title={Sleep syndromes onset detection based on automatic sleep staging algorithm},
  author={Tim Cvetko and Tinkara Robek},
Sleep specialists often conduct manual sleep stage scoring by visually inspecting the patient’s neurophysiological signals collected at sleep labs. This is, generally, a difficult, tedious and time-consuming task. The limitations of manual sleep stage scoring have escalated the demand for developing Automatic Sleep Stage Classification (ASSC) systems. Sleep stage classification refers to identifying the various stages of sleep and is a critical step in an effort to assist physicians in the… Expand

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