Multiple test procedures using an upper bound of the number of true hypotheses and their use for evaluating high-dimensional EEG data

Hemmelmann C, Ziegler A, Guiard V, Weiss S, Walther M, Vollandt R (2008)
Journal Of Neuroscience Methods 170(1): 158-164.

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Hemmelmann C, Ziegler A, Guiard V, Weiss S, Walther M, Vollandt R. Multiple test procedures using an upper bound of the number of true hypotheses and their use for evaluating high-dimensional EEG data. Journal Of Neuroscience Methods. 2008;170(1):158-164.
Hemmelmann, C., Ziegler, A., Guiard, V., Weiss, S., Walther, M., & Vollandt, R. (2008). Multiple test procedures using an upper bound of the number of true hypotheses and their use for evaluating high-dimensional EEG data. Journal Of Neuroscience Methods, 170(1), 158-164.
Hemmelmann, C., Ziegler, A., Guiard, V., Weiss, S., Walther, M., and Vollandt, R. (2008). Multiple test procedures using an upper bound of the number of true hypotheses and their use for evaluating high-dimensional EEG data. Journal Of Neuroscience Methods 170, 158-164.
Hemmelmann, C., et al., 2008. Multiple test procedures using an upper bound of the number of true hypotheses and their use for evaluating high-dimensional EEG data. Journal Of Neuroscience Methods, 170(1), p 158-164.
C. Hemmelmann, et al., “Multiple test procedures using an upper bound of the number of true hypotheses and their use for evaluating high-dimensional EEG data”, Journal Of Neuroscience Methods, vol. 170, 2008, pp. 158-164.
Hemmelmann, C., Ziegler, A., Guiard, V., Weiss, S., Walther, M., Vollandt, R.: Multiple test procedures using an upper bound of the number of true hypotheses and their use for evaluating high-dimensional EEG data. Journal Of Neuroscience Methods. 170, 158-164 (2008).
Hemmelmann, Claudia, Ziegler, Andreas, Guiard, Volker, Weiss, Sabine, Walther, Mario, and Vollandt, Rüdiger. “Multiple test procedures using an upper bound of the number of true hypotheses and their use for evaluating high-dimensional EEG data”. Journal Of Neuroscience Methods 170.1 (2008): 158-164.
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