A Cluster of Workstations for On-Line Analyses of Neurophysiological Data
Recent advances in the fields of neuroscience, computer science, and biomedical engineering now allow for the analysis of large-scale neurophysiological data sets to be carried out on-line and in real time. Here, we described an on-going effort in our research laboratory to build a computer system that will allow for on-line, real-time analyses of the response properties of ensembles of neurons (as many as 256) recorded in the brains of awake animals that perform behavioral tasks. A cluster of workstations allows us to carry out sequential and simultaneous analyses of neuronal signals. This new methodology can be used to change a behavioral task on-line to test real-time decoding of brain signals.
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Laubach, Mark; Arieh, Yoav; Luczak, Artur; Oh, Jong; and Xu, Y., "A Cluster of Workstations for On-Line Analyses of Neurophysiological Data" (2003). Department of Psychology Faculty Scholarship and Creative Works. 46.