The use of QSD (q-sequence deconvolution) to recover superposed, transient evoked-responses.

@article{Jewett2004TheUO,
  title={The use of QSD (q-sequence deconvolution) to recover superposed, transient evoked-responses.},
  author={Don L. Jewett and Gideon P. Caplovitz and Bill Baird and Michael Trumpis and Marram P. Olson and Linda J. Larson-Prior},
  journal={Clinical neurophysiology : official journal of the International Federation of Clinical Neurophysiology},
  year={2004},
  volume={115 12},
  pages={2754-75}
}
OBJECTIVE We describe q-sequence deconvolution (QSD), a new data acquisition/analysis method for evoked-responses that solves the problem of waveform distortion at high stimulus repetition-rates, due to response overlap. QSD can increase the sensitivity of clinically useful evoked-responses because it is well known that high stimulus repetition-rates are better for detecting pathophysiology. METHODS QSD is applicable to a variety of experimental conditions. Because some QSD-parameters must be… CONTINUE READING