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Old 01-19-2012, 02:05 PM
Nicolas Bourdaud
 
Default Bug#656469: ITP: eegdev -- biosignal acquisition device library

Package: wnpp
Severity: wishlist
Owner: Nicolas Bourdaud <nicolas.bourdaud@gmail.com>

* Package name : eegdev
Version : 0.0
Upstream Author : Nicolas Bourdaud <nicolas.bourdaud@gmail.com>
* URL : http://cnbi.epfl.ch/software/eegdev.html
* License : LGPL-3+
Programming Lang: C
Description : biosignal acquisition device library

eegdev is a library that provides an interface for accessing various EEG
(and other biosignals) acquisition systems in a unified way. The interface
has been designed in order to be both flexible and efficient. The device
specific part is implemented by the means of plugins which makes adding
new device backend fairly easy even if the library does not support them yet
officially.

The core library not only provides a unified and consistent interfaces to
the eegdev users but it also provides many functionalities to the
device backends (plugins) ranging from configuration to data casting and
scaling making writing new device backend an easy task.

This library is particularly useful to handle the acquisition part of a Brain
Computer Interface (BCI) or any realtime multi-electrode acquisition in
neurophysiological research.



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