Computer-based Communication Aid using EEG for Paralytic Clients

Navathej Gobi, Arun Srinivas, B Geethanjali, Dr S Pravin Kumar


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EEG; NI LabVIEW; peak detection; GSM; SMTP; paralysis; communication aid

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