Re: Bug#656469: ITP: eegdev -- biosignal acquisition device library
On Fri, Jan 20, 2012 at 12:04:51PM +0100, Nicolas Bourdaud wrote:
> Hi Andreas,
> It is already planned ;-). Actually this library is part of a bigger set
> that I am packaging for NeuroDebian under the supervision of Michael Hanke.
Cool. Thanks for the clarification. So I think the package will
qualify for the psychology task. Any other task as well (perhaps
suggesting for practice ??)
> On 20/01/2012 09:54, Andreas Tille wrote:
> > Hi Nicolas,
> > this package is in the scope of the Debian Med team as well of
> > NeuroDebian. Do you consider to maintain it in one of these teams
> > (at your preference or where a sponsor volunteers)?
> > Kind regards
> > Andreas.
> > On Thu, Jan 19, 2012 at 04:05:43PM +0100, Nicolas Bourdaud wrote:
> >> Package: wnpp
> >> Severity: wishlist
> >> Owner: Nicolas Bourdaud <email@example.com>
> >> * Package name : eegdev
> >> Version : 0.0
> >> Upstream Author : Nicolas Bourdaud <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> >> * URL : http://cnbi.epfl.ch/software/eegdev.html
> >> * License : LGPL-3+
> >> Programming Lang: C
> >> Description : biosignal acquisition device library
> >> eegdev is a library that provides an interface for accessing various EEG
> >> (and other biosignals) acquisition systems in a unified way. The interface
> >> has been designed in order to be both flexible and efficient. The device
> >> specific part is implemented by the means of plugins which makes adding
> >> new device backend fairly easy even if the library does not support them yet
> >> officially.
> >> The core library not only provides a unified and consistent interfaces to
> >> the eegdev users 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.
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