Extraction of Rhythmic Information from Non-invasively Recorded EEG Signal Using IEEE Standard 1057 Algorithm
This paper describes extraction of rhythmic activity from one or two channel non-invasively recorded signal using IEEE standard 1057 algorithm. However BSS technique such as ICA is generally applied to Multichannel recordings and the analysis of single channel recordings with BSS technique is not usually performed. However there are instances where just one or two recording channel is either available or desired the difficulty of isolating signals of interest is greatly increased. It would be particularly useful to be able to automatically isolate visualize and track multiple nerophysiologically meaningful sources under laying the ongoing single or two channel EEG recording. We introduced a method whereby it is possible to break down single or two channels recordings of EEG brain signals into their underlying components, irrespective of the components origin, method relies on a combination of a nonlinear dynamical system framework using standard implementation of IEEE standard algorithm.
KeywordsIndependent Component Analysis Independent Component Analysis Mental Task Single Channel Recording Straight Movement
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