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The Potential of the BCI for Accessible and Smart e-Learning [chapter]

Ray Adams, Richard Comley, Mahbobeh Ghoreyshi
2009 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
We present these issues and report a survey of fifty papers to capture the state-of-the-art in BCI and the implications for e-learning.  ...  The brain computer interface (BCI) should be the accessibility solution "par excellence" for interactive and e-learning systems.  ...  It has the potential to facilitate e-learning systems with the ability to provide flexible, accessible and adaptive learning solutions.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-02710-9_51 fatcat:ytqzkl7ywvg2xfxhrjaqwg6hti

Smart Glasses for Visually Evoked Potential Applications: Characterisation of the Optical Output for Different Display Technologies

Alessandro Cultrera, Pasquale Arpaia, Luca Callegaro, Antonio Esposito, Massimo Ortolano
2021 Engineering Proceedings  
Off-the-shelf consumer-grade smart glasses are being increasingly used in extended reality and brain–computer interface applications that are based on the detection of visually evoked potentials from the  ...  This aspect has substantial impact in the field of applications based on wearable sensors and devices.  ...  A single-channel SSVEP-based BCI speller using deep learning. IEEE Access 2018, 7, 1752–1763. [CrossRef] 11. Minguillon, J.; Lopez-Gordo, M.A.; Pelayo, F.  ... 
doi:10.3390/ecsa-8-11263 fatcat:3sxavkln5bh2pgt6a2ytntbjry

New and emerging access technologies for adults with complex communication needs and severe motor impairments: State of the science

Susan Koch Fager, Melanie Fried-Oken, Tom Jakobs, David R. Beukelman
2019 Augmentative and Alternative Communication : AAC  
There is an urgent need to develop new options for individuals with severe motor impairments and to leverage existing technology to improve efficiency, increase accuracy, and decrease fatigue of access  ...  For some, access options may not be readily available or access itself may be inaccurate and frustrating. For others, access may be available but only under optimal conditions and support.  ...  Department of Health and Human Services, National Institute on Disability, Independent Living, and Rehabilitation Research (NIDILRR grant # 90RE5017); and grants from the National Institutes of Health,  ... 
doi:10.1080/07434618.2018.1556730 pmid:30663899 pmcid:PMC6436971 fatcat:ll27nxg5qnbobfyk5xckw6gz2u

Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) Advances: A Review of Configurations for Individuals with a Speech Disability

Yasmin Elsahar, Sijung Hu, Kaddour Bouazza-Marouf, David Kerr, Annysa Mansor
2019 Sensors  
, touch-enabled systems, mechanical and electro-mechanical access, breath-activated methods, and brain–computer interfaces (BCI).  ...  A revelation of the associated AAC signal processing, encoding, and retrieval highlights the roles of machine learning (ML) and deep learning (DL) in the development of intelligent AAC solutions.  ...  BCI methods are still challenged in terms of the communicative interfaces [98] ; however, some advances in BCI have been reported for the potential possibility of home usage [96] and increased portability  ... 
doi:10.3390/s19081911 fatcat:rqgz3z4ktfcu7chznkvlquwp3q

Smart Brain Interaction Systems for Office Access and Control in Smart City Context [chapter]

Ghada Al-Hudhud
2016 Smart Cities Technologies  
This chapter addresses those problems and proposes a prototype for multimodal biometric person identification control system for smart office access and control as a solution.  ...  Hence, authentication and control systems could benefit from the biometrics. Yet these systems are facing efficiency and accessibility challenges in terms of unimodality.  ...  The work focuses primarily on smart access to the office and smart control of the office devices.  ... 
doi:10.5772/65902 fatcat:otfp56inonfwfbl5usdukbtpeq

User-Driven Intelligent Interface on the Basis of Multimodal Augmented Reality and Brain-Computer Interaction for People with Functional Disabilities [chapter]

Peng Gang, Jiang Hui, S. Stirenko, Yu. Gordienko, T. Shemsedinov, O. Alienin, Yu. Kochura, N. Gordienko, A. Rojbi, J. R. López Benito, E. Artetxe González
2018 Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing  
The results of the previous studies of the low end consumer and open-source BCI-devices allow us to conclude that combination of machine learning (ML), multimodal interactions (visual, sound, tactile)  ...  Even in the current state the combined AR-BCI interfaces could provide the highly adaptable and personal services, especially for people with functional disabilities.  ...  www.inco-eap.net/), and EU TEMPUS LeAGUe project (http://tempusleague.eu).  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-030-03402-3_43 fatcat:6pfiuvof7naq3gsnbj442a5lrq

Brain computer interface (BCI) – UX-design for visual and non-visual interaction by mental commands in the context of technical possibilities

Schnitzer Julia, Kodalle Micha
2022 IS&T International Symposium on Electronic Imaging Science and Technology  
for a BCI of everyday usage.  ...  study says an application can display text on a screen by just thinking about a word. [3] Currently, BCIs are mainly developed for neurotechnology and healthcare.  ...  • Control of doors The following figures give a short impression of the visual design and technical implementation of a BCI application for a smart home environment.  ... 
doi:10.2352/ei.2022.34.3.mobmu-402 fatcat:kpzphlhrnfbfvpho6ykwy6trky

Combining BCI with Virtual Reality: Towards New Applications and Improved BCI [chapter]

Fabien Lotte, Josef Faller, Christoph Guger, Yann Renard, Gert Pfurtscheller, Anatole Lécuyer, Robert Leeb
2012 Towards Practical Brain-Computer Interfaces  
Recently a hybrid version of a P300 and SSVEP BCI was used for controlling the smart home environment.  ...  Experiments with 3 users yielded accuracies of the BCI system between 83 and 100 % and showed that such a BCI system can be used for the smart home control [29] .  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-29746-5_10 fatcat:ggqe4sbxyfbhho54lqpk6mdwqy

Head in the Clouds

John Delaney
2020 IEEE Systems Man and Cybernetics Magazine  
individuals with instantaneous access to all cumulative human knowledge available in the cloud, while significantly improving human learning capacities and intelligence."  ...  Eventually, Millán anticipates a future where BCIs will detect our cognitive states to empower our intelligent devices, and make smart devices adapt to us, instead of us to them.  ... 
doi:10.1109/msmc.2020.2978292 fatcat:2uoitog77zgile3q43w7nbsfxm

Emerging Natural User Interfaces in Mobile Computing: A Bottoms-Up Survey [article]

Kirill A. Shatilov, Dimitris Chatzopoulos, Lik-Hang Lee, Pan Hui
2019 arXiv   pre-print
In this survey, we present state-of-the-art bio-signal acquisition methods, summarize and evaluate recent developments in the area of NUIs and outline potential application in mobile scenarios.  ...  The wide adoption of wearable devices and the penetration of mobile technologies, alongside with the growing market of AR/MR/VR, motivates the exploration and implementation of new interaction paradigms  ...  Visually Evoked Potentials provide the highest ITRs among contemporary BCIs Table 2 . 2 Deep learning classifiers for bio-signal processing.  ... 
arXiv:1911.04794v2 fatcat:tuho2hdkmffkbhz3ew45t44sq4

Using data to explore trends in bridge performance

J Bennetts, G T Webb, P J Vardanega, S R Denton, N Loudon
2018 Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers - Smart Infrastructure and Construction  
historic and current defects for its stock of thousands of bridges.  ...  A key objective in the collection of these asset data is that these can be processed into useful information that can inform best practice for the design of new structures and the management of existing  ...  Acknowledgements and Data Availability Statement The authors thank Highways England and Lockheed Martin for use of portions of the SMIS database as part of this research project.  ... 
doi:10.1680/jsmic.17.00022 fatcat:2z6gitgxxfewjdygaewzpvqjyy

Creating virtual ARDS patients

Anup Das, Mainul Haque, Marc Chikhani, Wenfei Wang, Jonathan G. Hardman, Declan G. Bates
2016 2016 38th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBC)  
The scope of this workshop is to advance knowledge in the field of endoluminal robotics, by describing smart tethered and untethered instruments, capsule-based robots and other diagnostic and therapeutic  ...  Ranging from active navigation mechanisms to sensing and therapeutic modules, the presentations will cover key aspects of smart robotic devices for endoluminal procedures approaching issues, such as: i  ...  motor-imagery (MI) and/or evoked potential BCIs.  ... 
doi:10.1109/embc.2016.7591294 pmid:28268884 dblp:conf/embc/0002HCWHB16 fatcat:yl2cdnlzszfv3exbxl4cbkob4y

BCI‐control and monitoring system for smart home automation using wavelet classifiers

Amer Al‐Canaan, Hicham Chakib, Muhammad Uzair, Shuja‐uRehman Toor, Amer Al‐Khatib, Majid Sultan
2021 IET Signal Processing  
In this study, the design and implementation of the BCI control and monitoring system for smart home automation using wavelet features, which is based upon a dual-channel analogue EEG signal acquisition  ...  The deep learning and LDA classifiers models produced the best performance with average accuracy of 95.6% and 96% for both training and testing data sets.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS This research work was funded by the deanship of scientific research at the Islamic University of Madinah (reference: Tamayuz project 13/40).  ... 
doi:10.1049/sil2.12080 fatcat:jzbfrnnre5bgxbny4bhl6d2soa

Effect of Brain Computer Interface (BCI) in stress induced loss of cognition in hippocampus of wister albino rats

Sivanandan Ramar, Mazen Alqahtani, Anandh Bose, Salameh Dajah
2016 International Journal of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences  
Objectives: The purpose of this study was to develop novel methods and systems for rehabilitation and control of assistive devices using signals from the brain -BCI on motor coding and on neural plasticity  ...  It has the potential to enhance the life style of the disabled person. The MEG Brain Computer Interface (BCI) impact on medicine and healthcare now may be subtle but is still revolutionary.  ...  After the induction of stress and BCI treatment at the end of the 8th week, the positive behavioral activities were accessed by performing four times per day for four weeks.  ... 
doi:10.5455/ijhrs.0000000113 fatcat:jagi7wckc5dq3bzni2fttxxcqe

Engineering the Brain: Ethical Issues and the Introduction of Neural Devices

Eran Klein, Tim Brown, Matthew Sample, Anjali R. Truitt, Sara Goering
2015 The Hastings center report  
Thanks also to all of our collaborators at the Center for Sensorimotor Neural Engineering for taking the time to talk with us about their work and recognizing the need to think seriously about the ethical  ...  implications of neural engineering.  ...  Yet even if John and his health care provider understand the therapeutic benefits of a BCI (for example, better adherence, reliable access to medication, and less need for transportation to get to therapy  ... 
doi:10.1002/hast.515 pmid:26556144 fatcat:qc335gxjenfozkojrms4a2qbiq
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