A Simulation Study of the Efficacy of Stepwise Discriminant Analysis in the Detection and Comparsion of Event Related Potentials
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Cortical average evoked potentials were simulated by summing five damped sinusoids. The characteristics of these “evoked” responses could be manipulated by changing parameters of the sinusoids. The synthesized signals were mixed with noise processes whose power and band-width were manipulated. Thus data were generated to stimulate a variety of conditions which could conceivably occur in an experiment on evoked potentials. Stepwise discriminant analysis (BMD07M) has been applied to these simulated data in an attempt to determine the degree to which the program identifies, in a sensible manner, the differences we introduced into the synthesized evoked responses.
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Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology, v. 38, issue 1, p. 51-68
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Donchin, Emanuel and Herning, Ronald I., "A Simulation Study of the Efficacy of Stepwise Discriminant Analysis in the Detection and Comparsion of Event Related Potentials" (1975). Psychology Faculty Publications. 200.