Originally developed for typesetting a high-energy physics PhD thesis, hepthesis is a LaTeX class for typesetting large academic reports,
in particular PhD theses.
For thesis writing, hepthesis offers a number of benefits:
Attractive semantic environments for rubric sections;
Extensive options for draft production, screen viewing & binding-ready output;
Helpful extensions of existing environments, including equation and tabular;
Support for quotations at the start of the thesis (and each chapter).
The example thesis provided with the package has been pre-loaded into Overleaf to help you get started - simply click the button above to create your own version for editing online.
Version Note: This template has been updated to that supplied with the 2014-12-03 update to hepthesis on CTAN, with a further modification in December 2016 to switch the depreciated \bf commands to \textbf commands, to maintain compatibility after the Overleaf TeXLive 2016 upgrade.
Motivation: The Neurosky Mindwave device allows monitoring the electrical signals generated by the brains neural activities. The easy access of this devices opens a new area of researching fields not only in the gamification and disable people but also to understand the cognitive behavior of human beings. The purpose of this study is to investigate the consistency and effectiveness level of a non-invasive consumer product BCI. We investigate the output of the headset data both in quality and quantity of that gathered data and determine how it could be used for human involved research settings. A sample of two participants in terms of an interview and an interviewer interchanging questionnaires. The cognitive tasks and EEG output signals captured by the participants both attentive and meditation values.
Results: The data we collected produces mixed results. The meditation or relaxing level provide a consisting output while the attention level need more to explore due to the nature of every individuals and also the surrounds such as noise, mode distraction levels etc.
Keywords: BCI, Brain activity,EEG,NeuroSky, Attention, Meditation