Difference between revisions of "Contributions:SignalProcessing"

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*[[Contributions:FIRFilter]]: A finite impulse response filter.
 
*[[Contributions:FIRFilter]]: A finite impulse response filter.
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*[[Contributions:IIRFilter_ML]]: An infinite impulse response filter that behaves like the Matlab <tt>filter()</tt> function.
 
*[[Contributions:PeakDetector]]: A peak detector filter.
 
*[[Contributions:PeakDetector]]: A peak detector filter.
 
*[[Contributions:SWSignalProcessing]]: Signal processing module for slow wave (SCP) feedback.
 
*[[Contributions:SWSignalProcessing]]: Signal processing module for slow wave (SCP) feedback.
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*[[Contributions:FieldTripBuffer]]: Realtime analysis of EEG data in MATLAB using the FieldTrip toolbox.
 
*[[Contributions:FieldTripBuffer]]: Realtime analysis of EEG data in MATLAB using the FieldTrip toolbox.
 
*[[Contributions:Coherence]]: A filter that computes magnitude squared coherence between its input channels.
 
*[[Contributions:Coherence]]: A filter that computes magnitude squared coherence between its input channels.
*[[Contributions:HilbertSignalProcessing]]: A signal processing module for evaluating Hilbert phase and/or envelope magnitude
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*[[Contributions:HilbertSignalProcessing]]: A signal processing module for evaluating Hilbert phase and/or envelope magnitude.
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*[[Contributions:StatisticsFilter]]: Versatile online statistics over raw signals, or features.
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*[[Contributions:CP2130Filter]]: A filter that allows for the interaction with the CP2130 board.
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*[[Contributions:TBSIStimulator]]: A filter that allows for routine stimulation of TBSI's wireless stimulator.
  
 
These signal processing contributions were available in version 2:
 
These signal processing contributions were available in version 2:

Latest revision as of 14:22, 19 August 2019

The following signal processing filters are available in the Contributions section of BCI2000:

These signal processing contributions were available in version 2:

See also

User Reference:Filters