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Here are links to additional publications in the form of posters, talks and popular press.

 

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  • In 2002, Sarah Matthews, a junior at Poudre High School in Fort Collins, was curious about what differences we might see in EEG when subjects hear tone pairs with varying amounts of dissonance. She designed the experiments, recorded the tones, provided the subjects, and helped record 10-channel EEG signals. Her final report is available here as sarah.doc.

 

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  • Recent Advances in EEG Signal Analysis and Classification
    C. Anderson and D. Peterson (2001) In Clinical Applications of Artificial Neural Networks, ed. by R. Dybowski and V. Gant, Cambridge University Press, UK, chapter 8, pp. 175--191.

 

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