Aleksandra Kawala-Janik, Waldemar Bauer, Magda Żołubak and Jerzy Baranowski
Analysis of Electroencephalography (EEG) signals has recently awoken the increased interest of numerous researchers all around the world with regard to rapid development of Brain-Computer Interaction-related research areas and because EEG signals are implemented in most of the non-invasive BCI systems, as they provide necessary information regarding activity of the brain. In this paper, a very early stage pilot study on implementation of filtering based on fractional-order calculus (Bi-Fractional Filters – BFF) for the purpose of EEG signal classification is presented in brief.
Magda Żołubak, Aleksandra Kawala-Janik, Michał Podpora, Mariusz Pelc and Wojciech Skowron
Chemotherapy is one of the most common treatments used in cancer therapy despite its serious side effects, which remain a huge concern. To the most common side effects (apart from weight and hair loss) include memory and concentration problems as well as changes in taste. This paper presents a very preliminary study (with only one elderly female subject participating) focusing on cognitive dysfunction after chemotherapy in breast cancer. This phenomenon, called Cancer-Related Cognitive Dysfunction (CRCD), is a frequent occurrence. The obtained results prove the impact of chemotherapy on the participant’s ability to concentrate. The QEEG method and digital data analysis were used as the measurement methods.