Spike detection: a review and comparison of algorithms

@article{Wilson2002SpikeDA,
  title={Spike detection: a review and comparison of algorithms},
  author={Sandra Bandera Wilson and Ronald Emerson},
  journal={Clinical Neurophysiology},
  year={2002},
  volume={113},
  pages={1873-1881}
}
For algorithm developers, this review details recent approaches to the problem, compares the accuracy of various algorithms, identifies common testing issues and proposes some solutions. For the algorithm user, e.g. electroencephalograph (EEG) technician or neurologist, this review provides an estimate of algorithm accuracy and comparison to that of human experts. Manuscripts dated from 1975 are reviewed. Progress since Frost's 1985 review of the state of the art is discussed. Twenty-five… CONTINUE READING
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