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InJaeger, D.; Jung, R. (ed.), Encyclopedia of computational neuroscience, pp. 1-7
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Jaeger, D.; Jung, R. (ed.), Encyclopedia of computational neuroscience
SubjectAction, intention, and motor control
Digital filtering is the process of transforming a discretely sampled input signal into an output signal, such that certain spectral characteristics of the input signal are lost, while others are retained. In neuroscience, it is performed on time series that represent electrophysiological or hemodynamic signals measured over time. Whereas analog filters are applied online and implemented as electronic circuits, digital filters are applied off-line and implemented in software.
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