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Amplitude-integrated electroencephalography (aEEG) is a EEG recording and processing technique.
Not much is describe about the actual technique. One papers notes that it "includes an asymmetric band pass filter that strongly attenuates activity below 2 Hz and above 15 Hz, semilogarithmic amplitude compression, rectifying, smoothing, and time compression." In which order they are applied is not clear... Or specific details...
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