Najwa Musfer Al-Ghamdi

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Electroencephalograph (EEG) based BCI (Brain-Computer Interfacing) paradigm has become a research topic in computer science and, in particular, human-computer interaction. In this paradigm, BCI applications have been largely focused on improving the quality of life for both able-bodied users as well as users with special needs. Despite the fact that(More)
In this paper, we describe our current work in developing a computer-based aural rehabilitation tool for profoundly deaf children that have recently acquired Cochlear Implants. The software is an interactive program aimed at young Arabic-speaking children, called Rannan. Evaluations of Rannan involved comparing different input modalities and evaluating the(More)
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