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Artifacts in EEG signals typically are characterized by high amplitudes. Eye blinking artifacts always present in EEG signals since it is difficult to make the subject open his/her eye for a long time. In some cases, eye blinking artifacts may be useful and are required as a parameter for activating a system. Integrating Neural Signal and Embedded System for Controlling Small Motor 33 In EEG signals, eye blinks occur as peaks with relatively strong voltages. Eye blinks can be classified as short blinks if the duration of blink is less than 200ms or long blinks if it is greater or equal to 200ms [Bulling et al, 2006].
In the invasive technique, electrodes are implanted in the subject’s brain and located on the brain surface whereas the non-invasive technique uses electrodes that are placed on the scalp. In most cases, non-invasive technique is more preferable than the invasive technique since it is harmless and easy to use. The standard electrode placement for the non-invasive technique is called International 10-20 system where 10% and 20% of a measured distance starting from craniometric reference points such as nasion, inion, left and right pre-auricular points are used to locate the EEG electrodes.
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Advances in Mechatronics by H. Martinez-Alfaro