Comparison of Methods for Seizure Detection

  • K. K. Jerger
  • T. I. Netoff
  • J. T. Francis
  • T. Sauer
  • L. Pecora
  • S. L. Weinstein
  • S. J. Schiff
Part of the Biological and Medical Physics Series book series (BIOMEDICAL)

Abstract

Whether epileptic seizures can be predicted by quantitative analysis methods applied to EEG has been a focus of much recent interest [740,751,752]. This resurgence of interest has been motivated by several factors, including the proliferation of powerful new methods for analyzing nonlinear system dynamics, as well as interest in developing epilepsy-control devices. Nevertheless, attempts to detect seizures automatically from EEG are not new, and older linear analysis methods showed promise nearly twenty years ago [753,754].

Keywords

Entropy Autocorrelation Coup Ling Schiff Weinstein 

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© Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2003

Authors and Affiliations

  • K. K. Jerger
  • T. I. Netoff
  • J. T. Francis
  • T. Sauer
  • L. Pecora
  • S. L. Weinstein
  • S. J. Schiff

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