Abstract

Steady-state EP (evoked potential) latency can be derived either from a phase or time difference between stimulus and EP. Phase derivation employs a sinusoidal stimulus and assumes a linear stimulus-EP system. Time derivation employs any stimulus waveform and does not require linearity. The two methods are complementary in application.

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