DIMACS REU at Rutgers University
June 4th -July 28th 2007

Classification of Epileptic Brain Activity

Latoya D. Clay
Clark Atlanta University
Mentor: Wanpracha (Art) Chaovalitwongse

Project Description

Epilepsy, which is the second most common brain disorder after stroke, currently afflicts at least 2 million Americans. It is a chronic condition of diverse etiologies with the common symptom of spontaneous recurrent seizures. The goals of this project are: 1) to explore and develop quantitative techniques to investigate the spatio-temporal properties of the epileptic transition based on brain electrical activity (Electroencephalogram - EEG); 2) to develop novel pattern recognition, classification and clustering algorithms for epileptic brain activity classification based upon the brain electrical connectivity underlying the epileptic processes.

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