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EEG datasets for seizure detection and prediction— A review

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posted on 2023-05-03, 22:53 authored by S Wong, Anj SimmonsAnj Simmons, J Rivera-Villicana, Scott BarnettScott Barnett, S Sivathamboo, P Perucca, Z Ge, P Kwan, L Kuhlmann, Rajesh VasaRajesh Vasa, Kon MouzakisKon Mouzakis, TJ O'Brien
Electroencephalogram (EEG) datasets from epilepsy patients have been used to develop seizure detection and prediction algorithms using machine learning (ML) techniques with the aim of implementing the learned model in a device. However, the format and structure of publicly available datasets are different from each other, and there is a lack of guidelines on the use of these datasets. This impacts the generatability, generalizability, and reproducibility of the results and findings produced by the studies. In this narrative review, we compiled and compared the different characteristics of the publicly available EEG datasets that are commonly used to develop seizure detection and prediction algorithms. We investigated the advantages and limitations of the characteristics of the EEG datasets. Based on our study, we identified 17 characteristics that make the EEG datasets unique from each other. We also briefly looked into how certain characteristics of the publicly available datasets affect the performance and outcome of a study, as well as the influences it has on the choice of ML techniques and preprocessing steps required to develop seizure detection and prediction algorithms. In conclusion, this study provides a guideline on the choice of publicly available EEG datasets to both clinicians and scientists working to develop a reproducible, generalizable, and effective seizure detection and prediction algorithm.

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Journal

Epilepsia Open

Pagination

1-16

Location

United States

ISSN

2470-9239

eISSN

2470-9239

Language

en

Publisher

Wiley

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