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Journal of Biomedical Engineering ; (6): 702-706, 2010.
Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-230801

ABSTRACT

Brain-computer interface (BCI) is a system that can create direct connection between brain activity and external devices. In the past 20 years, important' achievements of research on BCI have been made. Now there are lots of research methods based on electroencephalic signals, and researchers are trying to make the BCI system possess the characteristics of real-time and become more natural and practical. This paper presents an overview of real-time and stimulating way to EEG-based BCI research. Through the discussions on the applications of DSP in BCI system, in signal preprocessing and in algorithm optimization, the high lights in real-time research are pointed out. In the discussions about the way to produce EEG signals in BCI, the researchers suggested that the imaging movement be the most ideal way in that it will reduce the discomfort in stimulation by application of the virtual reality technology in BCI system, thus it will be conducive to improvement in the performance of BCI system.


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Humans , Brain , Physiology , Communication Aids for Disabled , Electroencephalography , Man-Machine Systems , Signal Processing, Computer-Assisted , User-Computer Interface
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Journal of Biomedical Engineering ; (6): 749-752, 2010.
Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-230791

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In this paper is proposed a new PCB coreless planar circular spiral inductor coils-based transcutaneous energy transfer method for use in implantable biomedical devices. Firstly, the main factor, coupling coefficient k between transmitting and receiving coils, which affected the efficiency of the energy transfer, was determined by setting up the circuit model of transcutaneous energy transfer. Then, the coupling coefficient was analyzed and calculated by using the method of equivalent circular filaments. Finally, experiments were carried out to demonstrate the feasibility of the proposed method.


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Humans , Electric Power Supplies , Electromagnetic Fields , Electronics, Medical , Energy Transfer , Equipment Design , Equipment Failure Analysis , Prostheses and Implants
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Chinese Journal of Medical Physics ; (6): 1638-1640,1644, 2010.
Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-605028

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Objective:Labview and VC were used to design software based on the Active One biopotential measurement system to realize the visual evoked potential based brain-computer interface.Methods:The data acquisition software was designed by Labview,the human-interface,real time signal processing and dynamic link library software were designed by VC.Data transmission between Labview and VC was realized through the dynamic link library using shared memory technology.The multimedia timer,DirectDraw technology and parallel port data output were used to design the visual stimulation interface.The 5 points averaging filter combining with averaging method were used to detect the visual evoked potential and the correlation coefficient was computed for signal recognization.Results:The experiments showed that the visual stimulator can produce effective visual stimulation.The data transmission method using the dynamic link library can satisfy the requirement of the system.Conclusions:The real-time signal processing method can improve signal-noise ratio and realize detection and recognization of visual evoked potential.The system can determine which module the subject was fixating and the result was feedback to the subject in real time.

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Chinese Medical Equipment Journal ; (6)2004.
Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-583994

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As a conventional alternative of intravenous infusion, intraosseous infusion becomes attractive again. This paper introduces a novel apparatus for intraosseous infusion. With precise location on the bone surface and self-designed depth control framework adopted, this apparatus can be applied to quick, simple and safe intraosseous infusion.

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