Investigatory Brain-Computer Interface utilizing a single EEG sensor
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A Human-Machine Interface is a device that allows humans to inter- act with and use machines. One such device is a Brain-Computer Interface which allows the user to communicate to a computer system through thought patterns. A commonly used technique, electroencephalography, uses multiple sensors positioned on the subject’s cranium to extract electrical changes as a representation of thought patterns. This report investigates the use of a single EEG sensor as a user-friendly BCI implementation. The primary goal of this report is to determine if specific mental tasks can be reliably detected with such a system.