Relevance of EEG input signals in the augmented human reader

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This paper studies the discrimination of electroencephalographic (EEG) signals based in their capacity to identify silent attentive visual <i>reading activities</i> versus <i>non reading</i> states. The use of physiological signals is growing in the design of interactive systems due to their relevance in the improvement of the coupling between user states… (More)
DOI: 10.1145/1785455.1785460

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@inproceedings{Oliveira2010RelevanceOE, title={Relevance of EEG input signals in the augmented human reader}, author={In{\^e}s Oliveira and Ovidiu Grigore and Nuno Guimar{\~a}es and Lu{\'i}s Duarte}, booktitle={AH}, year={2010} }