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Research Article Open Access
A novel adaptive recovery method in the emerging compressed sensing theory is described and applied to extracellular neural recordings in order to reduce data rate in wireless neural recording systems. To strike a balance between high compression ratio and high spike reconstruction quality, a novel method that employs a group-sparsity recovery algorithm, prior information about the input neural signal, learning prior supports of spikes, and a matched wavelet technique is introduced. Our simulation results, using four different sets of real extracellular recordings from four distinct neural sources, show that our proposed method is effective, viable, and outperforms the state-of-the-art compressed sensing-based methods, in particular, when the number of the measurement is two times of the sparsity.
Neural recording data reduction, Compressed sensing, Adaptive recovery, Matched wavelet, Spike detection, Central nervous system,Clinical Neurology,Neuroscience