Biocybernetic Factors in Human Perception and Memory
Semi-annual technical rept. 1 Jun-30 Nov 1972
STANFORD UNIV CA
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The project is concerned with the development of the biocybernetic concepts and techniques required for the analysis and training of skills useful for the manipulation and control of concrete memory functions. Efforts have been concentrated on those aspects of concrete memory which could be expected to make a substantial contribution to practical volitional memory. Real-time computerized monitoring and feedback of spatial and temporal cues that serve as keys to memory retrieval is used to realize the biocybernetic expansion of human memory. This technical report is concerned with the development of software and hardware for the purpose and the preliminary tests of some new techniques in real-time monitoring and prediction of brain states via real-time on-line analysis of electroencephalographic signals.
- Computer Programming and Software
- Computer Hardware