Supplementary Material for "The Sonification of Rhythms in Human Electroencephalogram"

Baier G, Hermann T (2004)
Bielefeld University.

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We use sonification of temporal information extracted from scalp EEG to characterize the dynamic properties of rhythms in certain frequency bands. Sonification proves particularly useful in the simultaneous monitoring of several EEG channels. Our results suggest sonification as an important tool in the analysis of multivariate data with subtle correlation differences.
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This Supplementary Material for "The Sonification of Rhythms in Human Electroencephalogram" is made available under the Open Database License: http://opendatacommons.org/licenses/odbl/1.0. Any rights in individual contents of the database are licensed under the Database Contents License: http://opendatacommons.org/licenses/dbcl/1.0/
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Baier G, Hermann T. Supplementary Material for "The Sonification of Rhythms in Human Electroencephalogram". Bielefeld University; 2004.
Baier, G., & Hermann, T. (2004). Supplementary Material for "The Sonification of Rhythms in Human Electroencephalogram". Bielefeld University.
Baier, G., and Hermann, T. (2004). Supplementary Material for "The Sonification of Rhythms in Human Electroencephalogram". Bielefeld University.
Baier, G., & Hermann, T., 2004. Supplementary Material for "The Sonification of Rhythms in Human Electroencephalogram", Bielefeld University.
G. Baier and T. Hermann, Supplementary Material for "The Sonification of Rhythms in Human Electroencephalogram", Bielefeld University, 2004.
Baier, G., Hermann, T.: Supplementary Material for "The Sonification of Rhythms in Human Electroencephalogram". Bielefeld University (2004).
Baier, Gerold, and Hermann, Thomas. Supplementary Material for "The Sonification of Rhythms in Human Electroencephalogram". Bielefeld University, 2004.
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Spectrally resolved rhythms of electrodes Cz (left channel) and F4 (right channel) in a period of 8 minutes preceding a Petit Mal seizure (compressed to 20 sec)
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Spectrally resolved rhythm of a Petit Mal epileptic seizure as recorded by EEG (in real time).
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Spectrally resolved rhythms for two groups of channels that differ in their correlation pattern. Sonification as in Sound 2.
Group 1 (left channel): electrodes Fp2, Fz, Cz, T5, O1, and O2.
Group 2 (right channel): electrodes F4, F7, F8, C4, Pz, and T6 .
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The sound examples S4.1 and S4.2 are two sonifications of correlations within a group of electrodes during the period of 8 minutes preceding a seizure. Rhythmic coincidences are audible as contributions to the harmonics of a given sound.
Sound 4.1: group 1 electrodes.
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The sound examples S4.1 and S4.2 are two sonifications of correlations within a group of electrodes during the period of 8 minutes preceding a seizure. Rhythmic coincidences are audible as contributions to the harmonics of a given sound.
Sound 4.2: group 2 electrodes.
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The Sonification of Rhythms in Human Electroencephalogram
Baier G, Hermann T (2004)
In: Proceedings of the International Conference on Auditory Display. Barrass S, Vickers P (Eds);Sydney, Australia: ICAD.
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