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The suppression curve as a new representation of the premature EEG maturation
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Published: 18 December 2015
In conclusion, this research adds another valuable feature for the automated analysis of premature background EEG, which would improve the overall assessment in the NICU for EEG diagnosis
Research Council KUL: GOA/10/09 MaNet, CoE PFV/10/002 (OPTEC); PhD/Postdoc grants; Flemish Government: FWO, IWT: projects: TBM 110697-NeoGuard; PhD/Postdoc grants; Belgian Federal Science Policy Office: IUAP P7/19/ (DYSCO); EU: ERC Advanced Grant: BIOTENSORS (n° 339804).
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