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    • Applying tDCS over the dominant Hemisphere to observe event-related Desynchronization 

      Khan, Akif Ahmed; Bastob, Abu Wakkas; Ahmed, Bushra; Reza, Abdullah Al (Brac University, 2019-12)
      Although keeping us alive is arguably the most important function of the human brain, the human brain is responsible for a host of functions|including processing of environmental stimuli. Electroencephalography (EEG) is ...
    • Detection of mind wandering using EEG signals 

      Tasika, Nadia Jebin; Alam, Salwa; Rimo, Mohsena Begum; Haque, Mohtasim Al; Haque, Mohammad Hasibul (Brac University, 2020-01)
      Mind Wandering (MW) is the recurrent occurrence in which our mind gets disengaged from the immediate task and focused on internal trains of thought. In terms of intelligent interfaces MW can both have good as well as ...
    • Electroencephalography based brain controlled grasp and lift 

      Chakraborty, Pritam; Akter, Sanjida; Hasin, Bariyat; Ahmed, Syeda Faria (Brac University, 2021-09)
      The complexities and challenges of performing daily fundamental activities like getting dressed, answering a phone call, opening and closing the door, writing something down, or even consuming foods for patients who have ...