A versatile system for interfacing subject to task in EEG analysis with biofeedback.
Marvel, Dennis Cruce
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The historical development of the EEG and biofeedback are presented. The requirements for a meaningful biofeedback and tasking system are set forth. A simulated pilot control system which meets these requirements was built, tested and applied. The system is described in detail. Possible future uses and improvements are discussed.
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