Karim Oweiss
Karim Oweiss
Professor of Electrical and Computer Eng., Biomedical Eng. and Neuroscience, Univ. of Florida
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Using brain–computer interfaces to induce neural plasticity and restore function
M Grosse-Wentrup, D Mattia, K Oweiss
Journal of Neural Engineering 8, 025004, 2011
1832011
A scalable wavelet transform VLSI architecture for real-time signal processing in high-density intra-cortical implants
KG Oweiss, A Mason, Y Suhail, AM Kamboh, KE Thomson
Circuits and Systems I: Regular Papers, IEEE Transactions on 54 (6), 1266-1278, 2007
1512007
A systems approach for data compression and latency reduction in cortically controlled brain machine interfaces
KG Oweiss
Biomedical Engineering, IEEE Transactions on 53 (7), 1364-1377, 2006
792006
Area-power efficient VLSI implementation of multichannel DWT for data compression in implantable neuroprosthetics
AM Kamboh, M Raetz, KG Oweiss, A Mason
Biomedical Circuits and Systems, IEEE Transactions on 1 (2), 128-135, 2007
762007
Identifying functional connectivity in large-scale neural ensemble recordings: a multiscale data mining approach
S Eldawlatly, R Jin, KG Oweiss
Neural computation 21 (2), 450-477, 2009
752009
High gamma-power predicts performance in sensorimotor-rhythm brain–computer interfaces
M Grosse-Wentrup, B Schölkopf
Journal of neural engineering 9 (4), 046001, 2012
682012
On the use of dynamic bayesian networks in reconstructing functional neuronal networks from spike train ensembles
S Eldawlatly, Y Zhou, R Jin, KG Oweiss
Neural computation 22 (1), 158-189, 2010
642010
Noise reduction in multichannel neural recordings using a new array wavelet denoising algorithm
KG Oweiss, DJ Anderson
Neurocomputing 38, 1687-1693, 2001
602001
Statistical Signal Processing for Neuroscience and Neurotechnology
KG Oweiss
Academic Press, 2010
572010
A new technique for blind source separation using subband subspace analysis in correlated multichannel signal environments
KG Oweiss, DJ Anderson
Acoustics, Speech, and Signal Processing, 2001. Proceedings.(ICASSP'01 …, 2001
532001
Compressed and distributed sensing of neuronal activity for real time spike train decoding
M Aghagolzadeh, K Oweiss
Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering, IEEE Transactions on 17 (2 …, 2009
462009
Proceedings of the fourth annual deep brain stimulation think tank: a review of emerging issues and technologies
W Deeb, JJ Giordano, PJ Rossi, AY Mogilner, A Gunduz, JW Judy, ...
Frontiers in integrative neuroscience 10, 38, 2016
442016
Multiscale intra-cortical neural interface system
K Oweiss, M Aghogolzadeh
US Patent App. 13/098,376, 2011
382011
MASSIT-Multiresolution Analysis of Signal Subspace Invariance Technique: a novel algorithm for blind source separation
KG Oweiss, DJ Anderson
Signals, Systems and Computers, 2001. Conference Record of the Thirty-Fifth …, 2001
342001
Spike sorting: a novel shift and amplitude invariant technique
KG Oweiss, DJ Anderson
Neurocomputing 44, 1133-1139, 2002
322002
Resource constrained VLSI architecture for implantable neural data compression systems
AM Kamboh, KG Oweiss, AJ Mason
2009 IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems, 1481-1484, 2009
312009
Model-based analysis and control of a network of basal ganglia spiking neurons in the normal and Parkinsonian states
J Liu, HK Khalil, KG Oweiss
Journal of Neural Engineering 8, 045002, 2011
282011
A new approach to array denoising
KG Oweiss, DJ Anderson
Signals, Systems and Computers, 2000. Conference Record of the Thirty-Fourth …, 2000
272000
A fully implantable, programmable and multimodal neuroprocessor for wireless, cortically controlled brain-machine interface applications
F Zhang, M Aghagolzadeh, K Oweiss
Journal of signal processing systems 69 (3), 351-361, 2012
262012
Proceedings of the third annual deep brain stimulation think tank: a review of emerging issues and technologies
PJ Rossi, A Gunduz, J Judy, L Wilson, A Machado, JJ Giordano, WJ Elias, ...
Frontiers in neuroscience 10, 119, 2016
252016
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