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14-Dec-2012The detection of Freezing of Gait in Parkinson's disease patients using EEG signals based on Wavelet decompositionHandojoseno, AMA; Shine, JM; Nguyen, TN; Tran, Y; Lewis, SJG; Nguyen, HT
13-Sep-2017Detection of turning freeze in Parkinson's disease based on S-transform decomposition of EEG signalsLy, QT; Gilat, M; Chai, R; Martens, KAE; Georgiades, M; Naik, GR; Tran, Y; Lewis, SJG; Nguyen, HT
11-Jul-2017Detection of Gait Initiation Failure in Parkinson’s Disease based on Wavelet Transform and Support Vector MachineLy, QT; Handojoseno, AMA; Gilat, M; Chai, R; Marten, KAE; Georgiades, M; Naik, GR; Tran, Y; Lewis, SJG; Nguyen, HT
1-Jan-2013Using EEG spatial correlation, cross frequency energy, and wavelet coefficients for the prediction of Freezing of Gait in Parkinson's Disease patientsHandojoseno, AMA; Shine, JM; Nguyen, TN; Tran, Y; Lewis, SJG; Nguyen, HT
13-Sep-2017Detection of gait initiation Failure in Parkinson's disease based on wavelet transform and Support Vector MachineLy, QT; Gilat, M; Chai, R; Martens, KAE; Georgiades, M; Naik, GR; Tran, Y; Lewis, SJG; Nguyen, HT
13-Oct-2016Identifying montages that best detect the electroencephalogram power spectrum alteration during freezing of gait in Parkinson's disease patientsLy, QT; Handojoseno, AMA; Gilat, M; Nguyen, N; Chai, R; Tran, Y; Lewis, SJG; Nguyen, HT
13-Oct-2016Detection of Gait Initiation Failure in Parkinson's disease patients using EEG signalsLy, QT; Handojoseno, AMA; Gilat, M; Nguyen, N; Chai, R; Tran, Y; Lewis, SJG; Nguyen, HT
13-Sep-2017Detection of turning freeze in Parkinson's disease based on S-transform decomposition of EEG signalsLy, QT; Gilat, M; Chai, R; Martens, KAE; Georgiades, M; Naik, GR; Tran, Y; Lewis, SJG; Nguyen, HT
2-Nov-2014Prediction of freezing of gait using analysis of brain effective connectivityHandojoseno, AMA; Shine, JM; Gilat, M; Nguyen, TN; Tran, Y; Lewis, SJG; Nguyen, HT
1-Nov-2017Freezing of Gait Detection in Parkinson's Disease: A Subject-Independent Detector Using Anomaly ScoresPham, TT; Moore, ST; Lewis, SJG; Nguyen, DN; Dutkiewicz, E; Fuglevand, AJ; McEwan, AL; Leong, PHW
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