Types and ways of collecting biological signals from humans

During the course, the listeners will learn what are bioelectric signals and what types there are. You will also learn the basic terms and tools connected to signal analysis. The course will consist of working on displaying and analysis on synthetic signals and prerecorded real signals. The second part will include performing independent EKG, EMG, and GSR measurements, reducing signal noise and creating simple classifiers allowing for setting such parameters as pulse or muscle strength and reaction time.