Simulated Data

We are grateful to Rodrigo Quian Quiroga for his kind permission to use these Simulated Datasets in our project to test and evaluate the performance of FSPS software.

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Major details about simulated data sets can be found in the original article: R. Quian Quiroga, Z. Nadasdy and Y. Ben-Shaul. Unsupervised Spike Detection and Sorting with Wavelets and Superparamagnetic Clustering // Neural Computation 16, 1661–1687 (2004).

 


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