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The core library not only provides to users a unified and consistent interfaces to the acquisition device 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.
This package contains the core library
EEGDEV Presentation ============ eegdev is a library that provides a unified interface for accessing various EEG (and other biosignals) acquisition systems. This interface has been designed to be both flexible and efficient. The device specific part is implemented by the mean of plugins which makes adding new device backend fairly easy even if the library does no more»
Access permission to the devices ================================ To access to the devices, the users must belong to the 'plugdev' group. This is the default for the desktop users. Plugins not builded in the Debian package ========================================= The folder src/plugins of the source package contains the source code of few backends that are not build and shipped in the eegd more»
eegdev-0.2 =============== * Add support for more architectures (big endian, mandating alignment...) * Use gnulib for most replacement functions * Improve Biosemi ActiveTwo Backend * Add initial support for configuration files eegdev-0.1 =============== * Bugfixes in IPv6 support in tobiia plugin * Fix glitches in manpages eegdev-0.0 =============== * Initial release
EEGDEV-OPEN-OPTIONS(5) EEGDEV library manual EEGDEV-OPEN-OPTIONS(5) NAME eegdev-open-opti more»
eegdev (0.2-3) unstable; urgency=low * Fix hangups when closing biosemi. (Closes: #673681) - more»
2012-05-16 Nicolas Bourdaud <firstname.lastname@example.org> * src/plugins/biosemi.c, tests/fakelibs/ more»
Copyright (C) 2010-2012 EPFL (Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne) Nicolas Bourdaud <nicola more»
Format: http://www.debian.org/doc/packaging-manuals/copyright-format/1.0/ Upstream-Name: eegdev Upst more»