EEG-based characterization of flicker perception

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Lazo, M. ; Tsoneva, T. ; Garcia Molina, G. (2013)
  • Publisher: Philips Research
  • Subject:
    mesheuropmc: eye diseases | genetic structures

Steady-State Visual Evoked Potential (SSVEP) is an oscillatory electrical response appearing in the electroencephalogram (EEG) in response to flicker stimulation. The SSVEP manifests more prominently in electrodes located near the visual cortex and has oscillatory compo... View more
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    4. Results and discussion..................................................................................................... 39 4.1. Power spectral density .............................................................................................. 39 4.2. Z-score ...................................................................................................................... 39 4.3. Receiver operating Characteristic (ROC) and Equal Error Rates (EER) .................. 44 4.4. ZEER unit .................................................................................................................. 49 4.5. Sensitivity curves estimation ..................................................................................... 53 4.5.1. Absolute Modulation Depth (AMD) method.................................................. 53 4.5.2. Psychometric method ................................................................................... 54

    5. Conclusions and future work ........................................................................................... 57 V. TOWLE, J. BOLANOS, D. SUAREZ, K. TAN, R. GRZESZCZUK, D. LEVIN, R.

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