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A Wireless Portable Platform for Physiological Potentials Registration and Processing: A Unified Approach

  title={A Wireless Portable Platform for Physiological Potentials Registration and Processing: A Unified Approach},
  author={Natalia N. Shusharina and V. A. Petrov},
The majority of modern human-machine interfaces are based on the registration of electro-physiological and biometric parameters of the human body, such as electroencephalography, electromyography and electrooculography signals. Although there is a number of scientific, medical and consumer equipment capable of biosignal registration, but each of them has its drawbacks. The immediate objective of this work is to design the modular platform for registration and onboard processing of… 

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