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ACKNOWLEDGMENT The authors wish to express their gratitude to Fabrice Bazelot (chief mechanics), Stephane Juaneda (chief pilot), and all the pilots who participated to the experiments. ... Monitoring pilot's cognitive fatigue with engagement features in simulated and actual flight conditions using an hybrid fNIRS-EEG passive BCI Frédéric Dehais ISAE-SUPAERO Université de Toulouse Toulouse ... Index Terms-Cognitive fatigue, Hybrid fNIRS-EEG BCI, Real flight conditions, Neuroergonomics I. ...doi:10.1109/smc.2018.00102 dblp:conf/smc/DehaisDFVBBR18 fatcat:q6us5m5io5bxxp2aedauocbfz4
Acknowledgement This research was part of the DFG/TR233/12 -"Advancement and Systematic Validation of an Automated Pain Recognition System on the Basis of Facial Expression and Psychobiological Parameters ... " project, funded by the German Research Foundation, FAPEMIG, CNPq, CAPES and the Brazilian Government. ... The above characteristics define an adaptive BCI. To train the BCI before using it in the real world, a VRE can simulate the test in a safer condition. ...doi:10.5281/zenodo.6472648 fatcat:dmya6w645feg7oe54l5swdveuy
During this interaction, half of the participants experienced simulated, adverse performance shaping factors, which were distraction, fatigue and an increased workload. ... showed greater activation when conducting the standard task and had an exponential increase in activation when dealing with the addition of an adverse PSF. ... Roy et al  monitor a pilot's cognitive performance in naturalistic environments, again, using a flight simulator and a light aircraft. ...doi:10.24377/ljmu.t.00016965 fatcat:2ikbjt4z45dw3hykun6mc6dmca