With the rapidly growing means of neuronal signal recording, it is very important to perform suitable processing to infer meaningful conclusions. The signals recorded from surface of the S1 brain cortex using brain-chip interface are noisy and prone to stimulus artifact, thus noise characterization and artifact removal are required to obtain a clean signal. Here we present an easy way to process these signals using techniques for artifact removal and noise characterization to clean the neuronal recordings and assess the quality of the recorded signals, thus the recording device.

Processing of Neuronal Signals Recorded by Brain-Chip Interface from Surface of the S1 Brain Cortex

MAHMUD, MUFTI;GIRARDI, STEFANO;MASCHIETTO, MARTA;BERTOLDO, ALESSANDRA;VASSANELLI, STEFANO
2010

Abstract

With the rapidly growing means of neuronal signal recording, it is very important to perform suitable processing to infer meaningful conclusions. The signals recorded from surface of the S1 brain cortex using brain-chip interface are noisy and prone to stimulus artifact, thus noise characterization and artifact removal are required to obtain a clean signal. Here we present an easy way to process these signals using techniques for artifact removal and noise characterization to clean the neuronal recordings and assess the quality of the recorded signals, thus the recording device.
Proceedings of the 36th Annual Northeast Bioengineering Conference 2010 (NEBEC2010)
9781424468799
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