Advances in Processing and Pattern Analysis of Biological Signals / Edition 1

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Twenty-seven papers from the March 1995 seminar consider processing and pattern analysis of normal and pathological EEG; of psychophysiological phenomena; of neuronal cell activity; of ECG in health and disease; and of EMG and human movement. A sampling of topics: modeling and estimation of amplitude and time shifts in single evoked potential components; detection and quantification of correlations in neural populations by coherence analysis; and characterizing and modeling human arm movements. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780306452154
  • Publisher: Springer US
  • Publication date: 7/31/1996
  • Series: The Language of Science Series
  • Edition description: 1996
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 424
  • Product dimensions: 10.00 (w) x 7.00 (h) x 1.00 (d)

Table of Contents

1 Some New Tools for EEG Modeling and Analysis 1
2 Signal Processing of EEG: Evidence for Chaos or Noise: an Application to Seizure Activity in Epilepsy 21
3 Markovian Analysis of EEG Signal Dynamics in Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder 33
4 EEG Sleep Staging Using Vectorial Autoregressive Models 45
5 Processing of Epileptic EEG 57
6 Simultaneous EEG Recordings from Olfactory and Limbic Brain Structures: Limbic Markers during Olfactory Perception 71
7 Single Sweep Analysis of Evoked and Event Related Potentials 85
8 Spatio-Temporal Source Estimation of Evoked Potentials by Wavelet-Type Decomposition: Wavelet-Type Source Estimation of EPs 103
9 Modeling and Estimation of Amplitude and Time Shifts in Single Evoked Potential Components 123
10 Testing for Synchronization in Evoked Potentials Using Higher Order Spectra Technique 137
11 Analyses of Transient and Time-Varying Evoked Potentials for Detection of Brain Injury 145
12 Detection and Quantification of Correlations in Neural Populations by Coherence Analysis 167
13 System Identification of Spiking Sensory Neurons Using Realistically Constrained Nonlinear Time Series Models 183
14 Temporal Encoding of Visual Features by Cortical Neurons 195
15 Coherent Dynamics in the Frontal Cortex of the Behaving Monkey: Experimental Observations and Model Interpretation 205
16 Analysis of Heart Rate Variability: A Review 225
17 The Heart Rate Variability Signal: Among Rhythms, Noise and Chaos 235
18 ECG Arrythmia Analysis: Design and Evaluation Strategies 251
19 Fundamental Analyses of Ventricular Fibrillation Signals by Parametric, Nonparametric, and Dynamical Methods 273
20 Fetal ECG Detection and Applications 297
21 Processing, Feature Extraction and Classification of Body Surface Potential Maps 307
22 Source Characteristics from Inverse Modeling of EMG Signals 319
23 The EMG as a Window to the Brain: Signal Processing Tools to Enhance the View 339
24 Multi-Channel EMG Processing 357
25 Estimation of Human Elbow Joint Mechanical Transfer Function during Steady State and during Cyclical Movements 375
26 Characterizing and Modeling Human Arm Movements: Insights into Motor Organization 391
27 Processing and Pattern Analysis of Handwriting Movements 413
Index 421
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