econvolution analysis of target evoked potentials

  • liff C. Kerra, Christopher J. Renniea, Peter A. Robinsona
  • Published 2009


This paper demonstrates a method for analyzing target evoked potentials in an auditory oddball task, using Wiener deconvolution to separate the brain’s task-dependent properties from its task-invariant response. It is shown that a target response can be deconvolved, and the result contains two delta-like peaks separatedby approximately 100ms, implying that targets resemble a superposition of two standard responses. The latencies and areas of these delta-like peaks give quantitative measures of the evoked

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@inproceedings{Kerra2009econvolutionAO, title={econvolution analysis of target evoked potentials}, author={liff C. Kerra and Christopher J. Renniea and Peter A. Robinsona}, year={2009} }