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Recent advances in mobile electroencephalogram (EEG) systems, featuring non-prep dry electrodes and wireless telemetry, have enabled and promoted the applications of mobile brain-computer interfaces (BCIs) in our daily life. Since the brain may behave differently while people are actively situated in ecologically-valid environments versus highly-controlled(More)
In America, 60% of adults reported that they have driven a motor vehicle while feeling drowsy, and at least 15-20% of fatal car accidents are fatigue-related. This study translates previous laboratory-oriented neurophysiological research to design, develop, and test an On-line Closed-loop Lapse Detection and Mitigation (OCLDM) System featuring a mobile(More)
Introduction: Brain-computer Interfaces (BCIs) have been developed for translating specific patterns of brain activities into comprehensible commands to control computers or external devices. To deal with individual differences in human electroencephalogram (EEG), BCIs often require a significant amount of training data to build and calibrate a reliable(More)
Recent advances in mobile electroencephalogram (EEG) acquisition based on dry electrodes have started moving Brain-Computer Interface (BCI) applications from well-controlled laboratory settings to real-world environments. However, the application mechanisms and high impedance of dry electrodes over the hair-covered areas remain challenging for everyday use(More)