Biosignal Data Sets
Data-set #1: Dachstein, High altitude medicine
|Area||High altitude medicine|
|Description||EEG and ECG data were acquired at 900 m and at 2700m altitude. The subject performed a reaction time task. The data shows the influence of the loss of oxygen on event-related desynchronization (ERD) / event-related synchronization (ERS) and heart rate variability.|
|Publications||C. Guger, W. Domej, G. Lindner, K. Pfurtscheller, G. Pfurtscheller, G. Edlinger, "Effects of a fast cable car ascent to an altitude of 2700 meters on EEG and ECG," Neuroscience Letters, 2005.|
|g.BSanalyze||Data with QRS complexes assigned|
|MATLAB||Data in format (trials x seconds x channels)|
Data-set #2: Movement imagination, Brain computer interface
|Area||Brain computer interface|
|Description||EEG was acquired during a brain computer interface (BCI) experiment. The subject performed 80 left hand movement imaginations and 80 right hand movement imaginations.|
C. Guger, A. Schlögl, C. Neuper, D. Walterspacher, T. Strein, and G. Pfurtscheller, "Rapid prototyping of an EEG-based brain-computer interface (BCI)," IEEE Trans. Rehab. Engng., vol. 9 (1), pp. 49-58, 2001.
D. Coyle, G. Prasad, T. McGinnity, "Extracting Features for a Brain-Computer Interface by Self-Organising Fuzzy Neural Network-based Time Series Prediction", Proc. 26th Annual Intern. Conf. IEEE EMBS, San Francisco, CA, USA, 2004, pp.4371-4374.
|Data||Last session of subject S1 (See Data Description)|
|MATLAB||Data in format (channels x samples)|