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Automated identification for autism severity level: EEG analysis using empirical mode decomposition and second order difference plot.

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Summary of "Automated identification for autism severity level: EEG analysis using empirical mode decomposition and second order difference plot."

Previous automated EEG-based diagnosis of autism spectrum disorders (ASD) using various nonlinear EEG analysis methods were limited to distinguish only children with ASD from those normally developed without approaching their autistic features severity.

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Name: Behavioural brain research
ISSN: 1872-7549
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