Multivariate Sonification of Epileptic Rhythms for Real-Time Applications

Baier G, Hermann T, Stephani U (2006)
American Epilepsy Society annual meeting abstracts: 1.002.

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Auditory displays present a new platform to represent complex data sets. They provide efficient information about data features, for example, when monitoring or interacting with multivariate time series. The human auditory sense seems to be particularly optimized for the detection and interpretation of multiple rhythmic events in real time, which may be of practical importance in the context of the epileptic EEG.
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Baier G, Hermann T, Stephani U. Multivariate Sonification of Epileptic Rhythms for Real-Time Applications. American Epilepsy Society annual meeting abstracts. 2006: 1.002.
Baier, G., Hermann, T., & Stephani, U. (2006). Multivariate Sonification of Epileptic Rhythms for Real-Time Applications. American Epilepsy Society annual meeting abstracts, 1.002
Baier, G., Hermann, T., and Stephani, U. (2006). Multivariate Sonification of Epileptic Rhythms for Real-Time Applications. American Epilepsy Society annual meeting abstracts:1.002.
Baier, G., Hermann, T., & Stephani, U., 2006. Multivariate Sonification of Epileptic Rhythms for Real-Time Applications. American Epilepsy Society annual meeting abstracts, : 1.002.
G. Baier, T. Hermann, and U. Stephani, “Multivariate Sonification of Epileptic Rhythms for Real-Time Applications”, American Epilepsy Society annual meeting abstracts, 2006, : 1.002.
Baier, G., Hermann, T., Stephani, U.: Multivariate Sonification of Epileptic Rhythms for Real-Time Applications. American Epilepsy Society annual meeting abstracts. : 1.002 (2006).
Baier, Gerold, Hermann, Thomas, and Stephani, Ulrich. “Multivariate Sonification of Epileptic Rhythms for Real-Time Applications”. American Epilepsy Society annual meeting abstracts (2006): 1.002.
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