Summary of contributed paper to Frontier Science in EEG Symposium

Lester Ingber ingber at cco.caltech.edu
Tue Jul 27 19:06:36 EST 1993


Summary of contributed paper to Frontier Science in EEG Symposium

A PostScript summary of a presentation, Multiple Scales of EEG, to be
made at Frontier Science in EEG Symposium: Proceedings, New Orleans,
9 Oct 1993, is available via anonymous ftp, as eeg_proc93.ps.Z.

The announcement and registration forms for this meeting are in the
file eeg_announce_proc93.Z.  The Introduction describes this meeting:
   Electroencephalography  (EEG)  is  the  study  of  the electrical
   activity of the brain.  The field of EEG includes the  technology
   to  record  these electrical signals, the science to analyze them
   and the expertise to apply them to patient care.  This  symposium
   will  explore the scientific frontiers related to EEG, presenting
   the latest research and thought  with  this  year's  topic  being
   continuous   waveform  analysis.   As  advances  in  science  and
   technology often  involve  collaboration  among  scientists  from
   different  fields,  we  are  bringing together a diverse group of
   investigators, many from areas not conventionally associated with
   EEG,  to actively encourage multidisciplinary research in EEG and
   foster new ideas.

A set of plates from which this talk will be developed is the file
eeg_talk.ps.Z; this file is only 558K, but due to the inclusion of
scanned figures, it will expand to over 8M when uncompressing.

A paper giving more technical background is eeg92.ps.Z.

Also in this directory is the latest Adaptive Simulated Annealing
(ASA) code, version 1.37.

The INDEX file gives a bibliographic reference for the files in
this directory.

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Lester
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|| Prof. Lester Ingber                                                ||
|| Lester Ingber Research                                             ||
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