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|Title:||Phase variants of the common spatial patterns method|
|Authors:||Camilleri, Kenneth P.|
Camilleri, Tracey A.
Fabri, Simon G.
|Citation:||Camilleri, K. P., Falzon, O., Camilleri, T., & Fabri, S. G.(2014). Phase variants of the common spatial patterns method. Modern Electroencephalographic Assessment Techniques, 71, 249-265.|
|Abstract:||Numerous studies on EEG data indicate that various brain processes are characterized by phase relationships between different regions of the brain. The development of analytic techniques that can provide a better detection of these phase relationships can lead to a better understanding of such brain processes. In this chapter two variants of the common spatial patterns (CSP) method which are designed to capture such phase relationships, namely, the “phase synchronization”-based CSP (P-CSP) algorithm and the analytic CSP (ACSP) algorithm, are presented. The P-CSP and ACSP methods are analyzed and tested on real EEG data. The nature of the results of the two methods is then discussed, highlighting the differences between them.|
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