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International Journal of Information Technology & Computer Science ( IJITCS )

Abstract :

 Currently, researches of EEG signals are studied in the various areas such as medical science, neuron science, psychology, computer science, Electric engineering and etc. EEG signals has received attention for decades but not fully utilized because of the artifact and noise in the analysis result. To solve out this problem, many kinds of filtering functions are adapted to extract artifact and mixed signal however it is confronted with another problem due to those solutions for noise handling and signal measurement methods has fixed function which interrupts flexible analysis. In this paper, it will design two important technologies for EEG system. First, it selects electrode channel, filed, frequency band and parameter to improve the accuracy of acquisition. Second, it grants the weight of selected parameter to apply flexibility in EEG signal for personal.

Keywords :

: EEG, Brain wave, parameter

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