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Measurement and analysis of electroencephalogram

By Michal Klus


The first theoretic part studies the origin and history of electroencephalography. It describes the basic part of the brain, neuron, from anatomical to functional sides. It discusses formation of electrical potential. It continues on overview and description of alternative diagnostic methods used for brain testing and testing of brain electrical activity. Describes the types of using electrodes and their location. Finish of theoretic part shows the descritpion of EEG record and characteristics of types of waves. The practical part shows the attempt to measurement. Procedure of correct measurement and capture the dates. Describes the transferring data into right format drawing EEG spectral analysis and brain mapping. All of this is included in the generated program analyza_EEG The end of practical part describes the outputs from progmam using own measurement data

Topics: brain mapping; brain mapping (BM); systém 10/20; Fast Fourier transform (FFT); Rychlá Fourierova transformace (FFT); elektroencefalografie (EEG); spektrální analýza (PSD); electroencephalography (EEG); system 10/20; topografické mapování; spectral analysis
Publisher: Vysoké učení technické v Brně. Fakulta elektrotechniky a komunikačních technologií
Year: 2011
OAI identifier: oai:invenio.nusl.cz:237392
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