Degree Type

Creative Component

Semester of Graduation

Summer 2020

Department

Electrical and Computer Engineering

First Major Professor

Lotfi ben Othmane

Second Major Professor

David Jiles

Degree(s)

Master of Science (MS)

Major(s)

Computer Engineering

Abstract

Brain Computer Interfaces (BCI) are a rapidly growing and expanding field. BCIs are capable of creating an interface between the human brain and a computer. This paper lays out the required background knowledge to work with a BCI. It attempts to answer the question ”Can a BCI be used to control a set of real work objects?”. To do so, common methods of BCI were analyzed to create a reliable BCI. Then, an architecture was designed to allow for this BCI to be easily expanded to include functionality with as many devices as possible. The architecture developed as well as the logic and rationale behind it is laid out within this paper.

Copyright Owner

Schmidt, Nicholas; ben Othmane, Lotfi

File Format

PDF

Embargo Period (admin only)

7-27-2020

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