PMID: 7083832Apr 1, 1982Paper

Software system for real-time discrimination of multi-unit nerve impulses

Computer Programs in Biomedicine
M Okada, N Maruyama

Abstract

We have developed a computer program to separate a unit of interest from multi-units of nerve impulses on an on-line, real-time operation basis. This method is divided into two phases: (1) the learning phase; (2) the hunting phase. In the learning phase, the user specifies spike patterns of a random unit from among varied spike trains displayed on CRT. The template for the unit is also constructed. In the hunting phase, the detection of spikes is carried out followed by almost simultaneous template-matching. As soon as a spike is established to be identical with the learned pattern, time information is delivered to the main memory of the computer.

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Citations

Feb 1, 1990·Journal of Neuroscience Methods·C Forster, H O Handwerker
Aug 1, 1985·Computer Methods and Programs in Biomedicine·M Okada

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