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INTRODUCTION
GENERAL
There are more than 9.5 million paralyzed people in India. Most of them constantly rely on their family members or caretakers to move to different places.
This brain controlled robot is based on Brain–computer interfaces (BCI). BCIs are systems that can bypass conventional channels of communication (i.e., muscles and thoughts) to provide direct communication and control between the human brain and physical devices by translating different patterns of brain activity into commands in real time.
With these commands a robot can be controlled. The intention of the project work is to develop a robot that can assist the disabled people in their daily life to do some work independent on others.
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LITERATURE REVIEW
2.1GENERAL
A literature review is a search and evaluation of the available literature in your given subject or chosen topic area. It documents the state of the art with respect to the subject or topic you are writing about.

A literature review shows your readers that you have an in-depth grasp of your subject; and that you understand where your own research fits into and adds to an existing body of agreed knowledge.

2.2 LITERATURE STUDY
Millions of people around the world suffer from mobility impairments and hundreds of thousands of them rely upon powered wheelchairs to get on with their activities of daily living.
However, many patients are not prescribed powered wheelchairs at all, either because they are physically unable to control the chair using a conventional interface, or because they are deemed incapable of driving safely.
2.3 DISABILITY STATISTICS IN INDIA
According to 2011 census, 2.21% of total population in India has disability.

2.41% of male population is disabled.

2.01% of female population is disabled.

Overall there are 2 crores 68 lakhs persons with disability.

REFERENCES
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Journal Papers:
Ahmed Nabih Zaki Rashed, Abd El–Naser A. Mohamed, Mohammed S. Tabbour and Shimaa El-Meadawy, “Different Pumping Categories of Erbium Doped Fiber Amplifiers Performance Signature with Both Wide Multiplexing and Modulation Techniques,” International Journal of Science, Engineering and Technology Research (IJSETR), Volume 5, Issue 3, pp. 50-58, March 2016.

Conference Papers:
Afsal. S, Athira. A, Rahul. S, Gokul. G.R, Jayarenjini. N, Parvathy. S.B, Jazir. S, Rafeeq Ahmed K, Anshad P K, “A Novel Approach for the Enhancement of Fiber Optic Communication using EDFA,” International Conference on Wireless Communication, Signal processing and Networking (WISPNET), pp. 1-10, May 2016.

Paul E. Rodas and Edwin J. Coronel, “Simulation and Analysis of a Gain Flat Filter GFF for the correction of gain Fluctuations produced by an EDFA Amplifier for a WDM system,”Electrical, Electronics Engineering, Information and Communication Technologies(CHILECON), CHILEAN Conference, IEEE Publication, pp. 1-10, May 2016.

Book:
M. Gopal, Control System Engineering, TMH Publication, 2017.

Web reference:
https://in.mathworks.com/solutions/machine- learning.html
http://pybrain.org/pages/featuresAPPENDIX
Apart from above items, project report will also include below information (as an appendix to project report), submitted/generated via project management site: http://projects.gtu.ac.in/. These have to be represented to external examiner as well.

Copy of four Periodic Progress Reports (PPR) as submitted by each student, along with guide comment on it. – For both semesters.
Patent Search & Analysis Report (PSAR) as submitted by each student, along with guide comment on it. – For semester 7 ONLY
Design Engineering canvases: AEIOU Summary, Empathy Summary, Ideation, Product Development and its report generated in line with the existing project. – For semester 7 ONLY
Business Model Canvas (BMC) and its report generated in line with the existing project. – For semester 8 ONLY
Draft provisional patent filling forms generated during Patent Drafting Exercise (PDE). – For semester 8 ONLY
Copy of paper published on the basis of this Project / Patent filed (if applicable). (Kindly attach any paper you have published based upon the work related to your project in any national/international conferences.) -– For both Semesters