About the book
Brain-Computer Interfacing (BCI) is a rapidly growing field of bioengineering that allows the human brain to directly control the computer system and order commands. The aerospace systems, automotive industry, medical and healthcare system, security, lie detection, alertness monitoring, telepresence, gaming, education, art and other fields and industries are potential beneficiaries of the research in this field.
This book will cover recent progress in the field of BCI and the challenges for extraction of the human decisions out of brain signals. The presented topics will include neuroscience, recording BCI Signals, signal processing, artifact reduction, machine learning, invasive and noninvasive methods and applications of BCI and ethics.
The book will be designed as a reference for senior undergraduate and graduate students in neural engineering or brain-computer interfacing from a wide range of disciplines. It will also be useful for self-study and as a reference for neuroscientists, computer scientists, bioengineers, and medical practitioners.