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Frequency-Domain Objective Response Detection Techniques Applied to Evoked Potentials: A Review

By Danilo Barbosa Melges, Antonio Mauricio Ferreira Leite Miranda de Sá and Antonio Fernando Catelli Infantosi

Submitted: May 21st 2011Reviewed: November 8th 2011Published: March 23rd 2012

DOI: 10.5772/36356

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Danilo Barbosa Melges, Antonio Mauricio Ferreira Leite Miranda de Sá and Antonio Fernando Catelli Infantosi (March 23rd 2012). Frequency-Domain Objective Response Detection Techniques Applied to Evoked Potentials: A Review, Applied Biological Engineering, Ganesh R. Naik, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/36356. Available from:

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