Iman Mohammad Rezazadeh

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This paper presents a novel human–machine interface for disabled people to interact with assistive systems for a better quality of life. It is based on multi-channel forehead bioelectric signals acquired by placing three pairs of electrodes (physical channels) on the Frontalis and Temporalis facial muscles. The acquired signals are passed through a parallel(More)
The real-time adaptation between human and assistive devices can improve the quality of life for amputees, which, however, may be difficult to achieve since physical and mental states vary over time. This paper presents a co-adaptive human-machine interface (HMI) that is developed to control virtual forearm prosthesis over a long period of operation. Direct(More)
In this paper, the relationship between the subjects' brain waves and the relative Emotional Quotient (EQ) and Intelligence Quotient (IQ) has been investigated. In this study, the intensity of correlation between the entropy of Alpha and Beta brain waves and the IQ and EQ has been evaluated over thirty healthy subjects (15 males, 15 females, and aged 21-25(More)
Shahab Anna Abdulla (Australia) Md Rezwanul Ahsan (Malaysia) Mahmood Akhtar (Pakistan) Raul Alcatraz (Spain) Leon Alexander (Australia) Elahe Alizadeh (Canada) Leena Al-Sulaiti (United Kingdom) Omid Arjmandi-Tash (Iran) Sankar Arumugam (Australia) Samia Bahlouli (Algeria) Michael John Bailey (Australia) John Baines (Australia) Mariusz Bajger (Australia) 2(More)
Trevor Ackerly (Australia) Rezwanul Ahsan (Malaysia) Olavi Airaksinen (Finland) Adam Aitkenhead (UK) John Allison (UK) 2 Will Ansbacher (Canada) Iulian Badragan (Canada) Dale Bailey (Australia) 2 Facundo Ballester (Spain) Jeffrey Barber (Australia) Leighton Barnden (Australia) 2 Marissa Bartlett (Australia) Madhava Bhat (Australia) Michalis Blazadonakis(More)
This paper presents the design of an adaptable Human-Machine Interface (HMI) for controlling virtual forearm prosthesis. Direct physical performance measures (obtained score and completion time) for the requested tasks were calculated. Furthermore, bioelectric signals from the forehead were recorded using one pair of electrodes placed on the frontal region(More)
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