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High-frequency oscillations (HFOs) represent relatively new electrographic marker of epileptogenic tissue. It is starting to be used in presurgical examination to better plan surgical resection and to improve outcome of epilepsy surgery. Development of new techniques of unsupervised HFOs detection is required to further investigate the role of HFO in the pathophysiology of epilepsy and to increase the yield of presurgical examination. © 2013 IEEE.

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228 - 232