Computer techniques for the processing of evoked potentials

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A computer technique is described for the systematic characterization of brain evoked potentials. Preprocessing of the data by a causal digital filter is followed by a peak search and identification procedure. A latency histogram of the peaks found is constructed to determine the ranges or clusters of peaks within the single evoked potential. Peaks found within the clusters are then corrected to the mean latency of the cluster and a latency corrected average version of the evoked potential constructed. © 1978.




Aunon, J. I. (1978). Computer techniques for the processing of evoked potentials. Computer Programs in Biomedicine, 8(3–4), 243–255.

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