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kspencer at iti.org (Kevin Spencer) writes:
>thinklab at rummelplatz.uni-mannheim.de (Waldmann) writes:
>>> > * Are their any software packages or stand-alone solutions
> > that can be recommended for biosignal processing, perhaps
> > with an emphasis to EEG / ERP filtering ? I understand
> > the basics of C / C++ and I'm ready to learn.
>> Well, there are the algorithms in "Numerical Recipes for C". There are
> commercial EEG/ERP software products that include some types of filtering,
> but these are very expensive (since they are mainly for data acquisition
> and stimulus presentation), and you can't tinker with the algorithms. There
> are also packages like IDL and Matlab that have lots of signal processing
> routines, but these aren't cheap either.
Also - contact TI and Motorola. They are making DSP evaluation boards,
for under $100 - and they include C code and compiler for various
DSP applications - eg. they give you a library of filters to play with.
These boards are intended to help you evaluate the DSP chip
so you will design them into consumer products and sell millions of units.
I have the TI eval board - for the TMS320C5x family.
I think the TI part number is TMDS3200051.
There are some DSP trade rags starting - look in them for info..
>> >(I'm also thinking about neural nets in this
> >context, reconceiving a filter's job as sort of pattern recognition),
>> No! That's a whole other can of worms! :)
But many parts are edible ...
> Kevin Spencer
> Cognitive Psychophysiology Laboratory and Beckman Institute
> University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
>kspencer at p300.cpl.uiuc.edu / kspencer at psych.uiuc.edu
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