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Electroencephalography fuzzy based classification for robotics learning applications | Abstract
Journal of Chemical Engineering & Process Technology

Journal of Chemical Engineering & Process Technology
Open Access

ISSN: 2157-7048

Abstract

Electroencephalography fuzzy based classification for robotics learning applications

E A Mattar and H J Al-Junaid

Electroencephalography (EEG) is playing a major role in today's robotics use and advanced applications. In addition, the complex EEG brainwaves are also being used to detect how human is performing daily complex tasks, while mirroring human behaviors to robotics devices and systems, as further introduced in Agashe. EEG based Robotics control, and their rehabilitation applications, are also getting active in terms of research trends and tools. Re-motorization of hand fingers after brain caused disabilities is not an obvious task. In addition, conventional neurological therapies and rehabilitations efforts have been found ineffective in rehabilitating upper- limb function after stroke or even traumatic brain injuries. In terms of rehabilitations, and advances of brain interfacing technologies, this made it possible to restore some of the motor functionalities. Advances in technology have resulted in new developments to help people with severe paralysis or even with limb loss. Intracortical brain computer interfaces, are also being developed to enable personals with disabilities. Recently, there are tremendous efforts and research directions to use the EEG Brain wave’s signals and their associated patterns for Robotic-Prosthesis applications. This includes the rehabilitations (Rehab) applications. However, due to the complexity of the brain patterns, making use of these complex patterns for practical grasping learning Robotic is not a trivial task, Agashe.

Published Date: 2021-04-09; Received Date: 2020-11-16