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An Application of Support Vector Machine in Bioinformatics: Automated Recognition of Epileptiform Patterns in EEG Using SVM Classifier Designed by a Perturbation Method.

Conference: Advances in Information Systems, Third International Conference, ADVIS 2004, Izmir, Turkey, October 20-22, 2004, Proceedings
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