Computer modeling of the electroencephalogram
Stockslager, William Eby
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A computer modeling of the electroencephalogram (EEG) is described based on current research in the field of EEG analysis using the digital computer. The tegule is defined and possible sources are discussed. The EEG is modeled both in the time and frequency domains. Modeling revealed that patterns of tegules may be detected in the frequency domain. Sinusoids enclosed in a flat-topped cosine envelope are the most commonly observed tegule shape found in processed EEG data.
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