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Enhanced Monitoring of EEG signals
Enhanced Monitoring of EEG signals
Controlling computers with brain waves is no longer in the realm of science fiction. This U of M / Air Force Research Labs technology provides a unique solution to the problem of signal extraction from a high noise environment. The method has been applied successfully in various signal processing and imaging areas and can be used with existing hardware platforms.
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Enhanced Monitoring of EEG signals

Controlling computers with brain waves is no longer in the realm of science fiction. This U of M / Air Force Research Labs technology provides a unique solution to the problem of signal extraction from a high noise environment. The method has been applied successfully in various signal processing and imaging areas and can be used with existing hardware platforms.
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