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  • 1.   An evaluation of automated neonatal seizure detection methods

    This study examined 3 published automated algorithms for detecting seizures in neonatal EEG

    Clin Neurophysiol, Vol: 116 Page: 1533-41 July 2005
    S. Faul; G. Boylan; S. Connolly; L. Marnane; G. Lightbody

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  • 2.   Gaussian process modeling of EEG for the detection of neonatal seizures

    This study aimed to describe the gaussian process modeling of EEG for the detection of neonatal seizures

    IEEE Trans Biomed Eng, Vol: 54 Page: 2151-62 December 2007
    S. Faul; G. Gregorcic; G. Boylan; W. Marnane; G. Lightbody; S. Connolly

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  • 3.   Reconstruction of real world head injury accidents resulting from falls using multibody dynamics

    This article discusses the reconstruction of real life head injury accidents resulting from falls using multibody modelling software, with the aim of comparing simulation output to injuries sustained

    Clin Biomech (Bristol, Avon), Vol: 18 Page: 590-600 August 2003
    K. O'Riordain; P. M. Thomas; J. P. Phillips; M. D. Gilchrist

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  • 4.   Relevance of the popliteal angle to hamstring length in cerebral palsy crouch gait

    The aim of this study was to describe the relevance of the popliteal angle to hamstring length in cerebral palsy crouch gait

    J Pediatr Orthop, Vol: 21 Page: 383-7 2001 May-Jun
    N. S. Thompson; R. J. Baker; A. P. Cosgrove; J. L. Saunders; T. C. Taylor

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