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The effects of high-frequency oscillations in hippocampal electrical activities on the classification of epileptiform events using artificial neural networks



The effects of high-frequency oscillations in hippocampal electrical activities on the classification of epileptiform events using artificial neural networks



Journal of Neural Engineering 3(1): 9-20



The existence of hippocampal high-frequency electrical activities (greater than 100 Hz) during the progression of seizure episodes in both human and animal experimental models of epilepsy has been well documented (Bragin A, Engel J, Wilson C L, Fried I and BuzsAki G 1999 Hippocampus 9 137-42; Khosravani H, Pinnegar C R, Mitchell J R, Bardak.iian B L, Federico P and Carlen P L 2005 Epilepsia 46 1-10).

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DOI: 10.1088/1741-2560/3/1/002


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