Introduction to the Project
Design and Implementation of Modules
for the Extraction of Biometric Parameters
in an Augmented BCI Framework
Some information about UniPA BCI Framework
- I have been developing the UniPA BCI Framework as a final project for my master’s degree programme at University of Palermo, Italy.
- The UniPA BCI Framework (in some occasions erroneously named UnipaBCI Augmented Framework) is an augmented framework based on the P300 paradigm and allows a user to select individual actions to be performed by a robot or, in the more classic configuration, to spell a sequence of symbols.
- The framework takes advantage of additional developed modules, which perform the acquisition of eye gaze coordinates and biometric signals.
- The use of such modules allows to achieve a combined response which does not only take in account the response of a traditional BCI system based on the P300 paradigm, but it also considers useful information, such as the user visual focus and her level of engagement with the system, providing a more robust and effective global response.
The thesis work has been conducted in collaboration with the ATR Institute International, Kyoto.
Master’s Degree Thesis: Read
ResearchGate Thesis publication: Link
ResearchGate Presentation publication: Link
ResearchGate related project: Link
ResearchGate pending paper: Link