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<p>Epilog, a Unix-based real-time operational support system for electroencephalogram (EEG) waveform acquisition, storage, analysis, display, and printing, is described. The system is designed to be used for diagnosis and surgical planning in a large epilepsy program. The implemented system has two monitoring units consisting of four rooms with their associated computer, video, and medical support systems. A central computer hub performs Epilog services for each unit. Each hub acquires and processes up to 256 channels of EEG 24 h per day, and serves as a control center for much of the automation in the unit. The EEG data structures and data flow used in Epilog are discussed.</p>
Ernest C. Jacobs, John P. Turnbull, Thomas F. Collura, Richard C. Burgess, "The Epilog System-Automated Long-Term EEG Monitoring for Epilepsy", Computer, vol. 25, no. , pp. 5-14, September 1992, doi:10.1109/2.156378
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