Publication detail

Modeling of the EEG signal

SVOZILOVÁ, V. MÉZL, M.

Original Title

Modeling of the EEG signal

English Title

Modeling of the EEG signal

Type

journal article

Language

en

Original Abstract

This article describes important and wide academic Field, EEG signals modeling. A major division of this Field into two branches, EEG-like signals modeling and seizure-like signals modeling, is introduced and analyzed. Three models to generate EEG activity are represented including their structure, analytic description and parameters' setting. Finally results of implemented models are introduced, discussed and mutually compared with regard to expected EEG activity.

English abstract

This article describes important and wide academic Field, EEG signals modeling. A major division of this Field into two branches, EEG-like signals modeling and seizure-like signals modeling, is introduced and analyzed. Three models to generate EEG activity are represented including their structure, analytic description and parameters' setting. Finally results of implemented models are introduced, discussed and mutually compared with regard to expected EEG activity.

Keywords

EEG, Jansen model, Wendling model

Released

30.04.2016

Pages from

43

Pages to

51

Pages count

9

BibTex


@article{BUT127424,
  author="Veronika {Svozilová} and Martin {Mézl}",
  title="Modeling of the EEG signal",
  annote="This article describes important and wide academic Field, EEG signals modeling. A major division of this Field into two branches, EEG-like signals modeling and seizure-like signals modeling, is introduced and analyzed. Three models to generate EEG activity are represented including their structure, analytic description and parameters' setting. Finally results of implemented models are introduced, discussed and mutually compared with regard to expected EEG activity.",
  chapter="127424",
  howpublished="online",
  number="2",
  volume="18",
  year="2016",
  month="april",
  pages="43--51",
  type="journal article"
}