Spatial interaction of electroencephalography signal during epileptic seizure on flat electroencephalography
Keywords:EEG| Epileptic, Flat EEG, Spatial interaction, Gravity model, Measure,
AbstractElectroencephalography (EEG) is one of the fields in clinical neurophysiology, which is a recording of the electrical activity of the brain from the scalp. One of the major roles of EEG is as an aid to diagnose epilepsy. Abnormal patterns such as spikes, sharp waves and, spikes and wave complexes can be seen. It is important to extract spatial information about the dynamics from a few observations of this recorded signal regardless where EEG sensors are located. A developed method by Theoretical & Computational Modelling for Complex System (TCM), UTM, namely Flat EEG for mapping high dimensional signal into a low dimensional space will be used as platforms to analyse EEG signal spatially during epileptic seizure. The spatial interactions among clusters are identified through spatial interaction model, namely gravity model. This paper also reveals that gravity model used is a measure.
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