Discriminant Analysis in Average Evoked Response Studies: The Study of Single Trial Data
EEG records, Stimulus, Evoked potentials
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The data presented suggest that it is possible to make meaningful comparisons between EEG records obtained with a single presentation of the stimulus and the average evoked potential. The technique for measuring evoked response similarity assumes that each record represents a point in a multi-dimensional space, and similarity is defined as the Euclidean distance in this space.
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Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology, v. 27, issue 3, p. 311-314
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Donchin, Emanuel, "Discriminant Analysis in Average Evoked Response Studies: The Study of Single Trial Data" (1969). Psychology Faculty Publications. 180.