The prerecorded human EEG data during SE were obtained from a video-EEG monitoring database in an epilepsy monitoring unit. The use of the EEG data was approved by the institutional review board. The human scalp EEG electrodes were placed according to the protocol of International 10-20 system, while an additional anterior temporal electrode was used. Signals from the F3 channel against the average reference were used for the demonstration ex vivo. The prerecorded human EEG signals were applied to the custom-made wearable EEG sensor by using a multifunctional input/output device (USB-6289, National Instruments Corporation, USA).

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