This is the Linux app named bwfinder to run in Linux online whose latest release can be downloaded as bwfinder2.30.tar.gz. It can be run online in the free hosting provider OnWorks for workstations.
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bwfinder to run in Linux online
DESCRIPTION:This program for Scilab searches for primary peaks in the segments of brainwave signal spectrum which are much above the signal spectrum average.
Brainwave segments of 1 s are Fourier transformed, thresholded and merged if contiguous.
Selected segments are drawn in time domain, frequency domain and a narrow-band analysis at 75 Hz is attempted.
This program should detect strong external signals in brainwave recordings. Weak signals are not detected.
This program requires the "edf2ascii" utility, a set of EDF files with brainwave recordings in the "EDF/" directory and two empty destination directories named "founds/" and "losts/".
This is my first Matlab/Scilab program, apologies for the poor style but Scilab lacks and bugs prevent the writing of a pure code.
Use this software freely and fight the Remote Neural Monitoring system.
- Fast brainwave segmentation
- Highligthing of exogenous features
- Artifact removal
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