A new mode of communication between man and his surroundings

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A new mode of communication between man and his surroundings
Authors: Zachary A. Keirn, Jorge I. Aunon
Citation: IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering 37 (12): 1209-12-14. 1990
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DOI: 10.1109/10.64464.
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A new mode of communication between man and his surroundings describes a study on brain-computer interfacing with EEG.

The data set: 1989 Keirn and Aunon

[edit] Subjects

  • 5 subjects
  • 2 sessions for each subject

[edit] Method

  • 6 electrodes: O1, O2, P3, P4, C3, C4.
  • 250 Hz sampling rate
  • Tasks:
    • Baseline: both eyes opened and eyes closed
    • "Complex problem solving" (multiplication)
    • Mental rotation
    • "Mental letter composing"
    • "Visual counting"
  • 60 Features
    • 24 Power values at four frequency bands: delta, theta, alpha and beta with the Wiener-Khinchine method
    • 36 asymmety ratios

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