Differential EEG

ken kpaulc at [remove]earthlink.net
Thu Mar 18 02:01:19 EST 2004


Where has 'dinosaur' gone?

'Interesting'.

K. P. Collins

"Doktor DynaSoar" <targeting at OMCL.mil> wrote in message
news:5ksf40ppd1cagpjkii5fb8uogrnuuinkmn at 4ax.com...
> ...cont'd
>
> On Thu, 04 Mar 2004 04:27:56 GMT, "kpaulc"
> <kpaulc at removeearthlink.net> wrote:
>
> }
> } Computing power isn't a problem because the
> } 'differentials' are =in= the recorded data. It's
> } just a 'graphical'-analysis problem - slopes.
> }
> } It's the 'differentials' that're being cross-correlated,
> } not the actual data.
> }
> } I know it's do-able because I did the same sort
> } of thing with respect to the set of all known
> } isotopes [which is all of physical reality] in 10
> } hours - on a 486 PC.
>
> Such "differential" analysis can be done via recurrence plotting.
> The resulting graphical output is spectacular, and informative only in
> a qualitative way. Programs such as Visual Recurrence Analysis (VRA,
> laterst version 4.2) does this, and presents to resulting nonlinear
> statistical results.
>





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