volume 16, issue 2, P130-140 1999
DOI: 10.1097/00004691-199903000-00005
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Abstract: The recording of seizures and spikes is of primary importance in the evaluation of epileptic patients. This is not always an easy process because these events can be rare and are usually unpredictable. Since the earliest days of computer analysis of the EEG, researchers have developed methods for the automatic detection of spikes and, more recently, of seizures. The problems are complex because spikes and seizures are not clearly defined and have extremely varied morphologies. Nevertheless, it has been possibl…

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