Visual categorization of brain computer interface technologies

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Journal Article
WSEAS Transactions on Information Science and Applications, 2005, 2 (8), pp. 1184 - 1188
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The multidisciplinary nature of Brain Computer Interfaces technologies demands scientists and researchers in the area to develop a homogeneous framework and classification of the existent BCI technologies in order to identify, facilitate and accelerate the natural incorporation of the state-of-the-art techniques from the different areas of knowledge. The researchers discuss an extensive literature review and classification of BCI technologies based on Wolpaw's architecture. The paper utilizes data visualization tools in an effort to improve the understanding, trends and relationships of the current work in the area and actively contribute to the visualization of a suitable homogeneous framework for BCI technologies. The researchers also discuss the future applicability of Bluetooth and Wireless Sensor Networks to BCI research.
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