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AcronymDefinition
EEGElectroencephalogram
EEGErneubare Energien Gesetz (Renewable Energy Sources Act, Germany)
EEGEuropeiska Ekonomiska Gemenskapen (Swedish: European Economic Community)
EEGEmperor Entertainment Group (Hong Kong)
EEGEmirates Environmental Group (est. 1991; Dubai, United Arab Emirates)
EEGEnvironmental Evaluation Group
EEGEastern European Group (UN)
EEGExercise Evaluation Guide (US FEMA)
EEGElektra Entertainment Group (record label)
EEGEnterprise Encryption Gateway (wireless LAN segmentation and security device)
EEGEmusa Energy Group (Mexico)
EEGElectronics Engineering Group
EEGElectroencephalograph/y
EEGEuropean Elephant Group (Stockholm, Sweden)
EEGEarly Error Gate
EEGExercise Evaluation Group
EEGExtra Evil Grin
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Kumar, "Subject identification from Electroencephalogram (EEG) signals during imagined speech," in Proceedings of the 4th IEEE International Conference on Biometrics: Theory, Applications and Systems, BTAS 2010, pp.
Few hours later (Figure 1, video 1, and figure S4), while there were no any abnormal movements, raw EEG of BIS monitor connected to a Philips BIS module [panel A] and secondarily to a BIS VISTA module [panel B] showed a pattern of high voltage with irregular morphology, alternating with isoelectric signal, evoking spikes (white arrows), spike-waves (red arrows), and polyspikes (white star).
EEG's awarding ceremony at the Ismaili Centre in Dubai on Tuesday.
M2 EQUITYBITES-April 25, 2019-CortiCare Acquires At-Home EEG Brain Monitoring Provider Physicians Ancillary Services
The slow wave sleeps/NREM which establishes from the 21st week onward is proved by the appearance of continuous and synchronous EEG wave pattern.
The EEG stand further prepared wonderful interactive activities, including a free origami class for its youngest visitors.
For the study, test subjects hooked up to EEG equipment were shown images of faces.
The EEG data needed for this analysis was collected from patients of encephalopathy and healthy individuals from EEG lab of Neurology Department, Government Medical College, Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala.
Figure 2 shows EEG results performed 25 days after the first EEG.
In contrast, continuous EEG patterns at 12 hours predicted good outcome, with a sensitivity of 0.50 (95 percent CI, 0.46 to 0.55) and specificity of 0.91 (95 percent CI, 0.88 to 0.93), while specificity for the prediction of good outcome at 24 hours or later was <0.90.