Tracking Epileptiform Activity in the Multichannel Ictal EEG using Spatially Constrained Independent Component Analysis

@article{Hesse2005TrackingEA,
  title={Tracking Epileptiform Activity in the Multichannel Ictal EEG using Spatially Constrained Independent Component Analysis},
  author={C. W. Hesse and C. J. James},
  journal={2005 IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology 27th Annual Conference},
  year={2005},
  pages={2067-2070}
}
Blind source separation (BSS) methods such as independent component analysis (ICA) are increasingly being used in biomedical signal processing for decomposition of multivariate time-series, such as the multichannel electroencephalogram (EEG), into a set of underlying sources, some of which may reflect clinically relevant neurophysiological activity such as epileptic seizures or spikes. Tracking and detecting signals of interest fundamentally requires at least some a priori knowledge or… CONTINUE READING
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