A-Phase classification using convolutional neural networks

22 Jul 2019Edgar R. Arce-SantanaAlfonso AlbaMartin O. MendezValdemar Arce-Guevara

A series of short events, called A-phases, can be observed in the human electroencephalogram during NREM sleep. These events can be classified in three groups (A1, A2 and A3) according to their spectral contents, and are thought to play a role in the transitions between the different sleep stages... (read more)

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