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1. (WO2019006103) SYSTÈME ET PROCÉDÉ POUR ACCÈS EN TRANSIT À L’AIDE DE CAPTEURS D'EEG
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WHAT IS CLAIMED IS:

1. A wearable electronic device for enabling access to a transit system, the wearable electronic device comprising:

an electroencephalography (EEG) sensor configured to detect an EEG signal corresponding to a transit user;

a device transmitter configured to wirelessly transmit a request signal to a gate receiver; and

a device processor configured to perform operations including:

receiving the EEG signal from the EEG sensor;

analyzing the EEG signal to determine that the transit user is attempting to enter the transit system through a particular gate;

generating the request signal, wherein the request signal identifies the transit user and indicates that the transit user is attempting to enter the transit system through the particular gate; and

wirelessly transmitting, using the device transmitter, the request signal to the gate receiver.

2. The wearable electronic device of claim 1, wherein the EEG signal corresponding to the transit user is based at least in part on the transit user viewing a visual stimuli displayed by the particular gate.

3. The wearable electronic device of claim 2, wherein analyzing the EEG signal to determine that the transit user is attempting to enter the transit system through the particular gate includes:

determining a time range at which a visual stimuli displayed by the particular gate exhibits a decreased magnitude or an increased magnitude;

determining a critical time at which the EEG signal exhibits a minimum magnitude or a maximum magnitude; and

determining that the critical time is within the time range.

4. The wearable electronic device of claim 3, wherein analyzing the EEG signal to determine that the transit user is attempting to enter the transit system through the particular gate further includes:

determining a second time range at which a second visual stimuli displayed by a second gate exhibits a second decreased magnitude or a second increased magnitude; and

determining that the critical time is not within the second time range; wherein:

the particular gate is a first gate;

the time range is a first time range;

the visual stimuli is a first visual stimuli;

the decreased magnitude is a first decreased magnitude; and

the increased magnitude is a first increased magnitude.

5. The wearable electronic device of claim 4, wherein the operations further include:

receiving, from a first transmitter communicatively coupled to the first gate, the first time range; and

receiving, from a second transmitter communicatively coupled to the second gate, the second time range.

6. The wearable electronic device of claim 4, wherein the operations further include:

receiving, from a location transmitter communicatively coupled to the first gate and the second gate, the first time range and the second time range.

7. The wearable electronic device of claim 1, wherein the particular gate allows the transit user to access the transit system upon reception of the request signal.

8. A method of using electroencephalography (EEG) for enabling access to a transit system, the method comprising:

receiving an EEG signal corresponding to a transit user from an EEG sensor;

analyzing the EEG signal to determine that the transit user is attempting to enter the transit system through a particular gate;

generating a request signal, wherein the request signal identifies the transit user and indicates that the transit user is attempting to enter the transit system through the particular gate; and

wirelessly transmitting the request signal to a gate receiver.

9. The method of claim 8, wherein the EEG signal corresponding to the transit user is based at least in part on the transit user viewing a visual stimuli displayed by the particular gate.

10. The method of claim 9, wherein analyzing the EEG signal to determine that the transit user is attempting to enter the transit system through the particular gate includes:

determining a time range at which a visual stimuli displayed by the particular gate exhibits a decreased magnitude or an increased magnitude;

determining a critical time at which the EEG signal exhibits a minimum magnitude or a maximum magnitude; and

determining that the critical time is within the time range.

11. The method of claim 10, wherein analyzing the EEG signal to determine that the transit user is attempting to enter the transit system through the particular gate further includes:

determining a second time range at which a second visual stimuli displayed by a second gate exhibits a second decreased magnitude or a second increased magnitude; and

determining that the critical time is not within the second time range;

wherein:

the particular gate is a first gate;

the time range is a first time range;

the visual stimuli is a first visual stimuli;

the decreased magnitude is a first decreased magnitude; and

the increased magnitude is a first increased magnitude.

12. The method of claim 11, further compri

receiving, from a first transmitter communicatively coupled to the first gate, the first time range; and

receiving, from a second transmitter communicatively coupled to the second gate, the second time range.

13. The method of claim 11, further comprising:

receiving, from a location transmitter communicatively coupled to the first gate and the second gate, the first time range and the second time range.

14. The method of claim 8, wherein the particular gate allows the transit user to access the transit system upon reception of the request signal.

15. A non-transitory computer-readable medium comprising instructions that, when executed by a processor, cause the processor to perform operations comprising:

receiving an electroencephalography (EEG) signal corresponding to a transit user from an EEG sensor;

analyzing the EEG signal to determine that the transit user is attempting to enter a transit system through a particular gate;

generating a request signal, wherein the request signal identifies the transit user and indicates that the transit user is attempting to enter the transit system through the particular gate; and

wirelessly transmitting the request signal to a gate receiver.

16. The non-transitory computer-readable medium of claim 15, wherein the

EEG signal corresponding to the transit user is based at least in part on the transit user viewing a visual stimuli displayed by the particular gate.

17. The non-transitory computer-readable medium of claim 16, wherein analyzing the EEG signal to determine that the transit user is attempting to enter the transit system through the particular gate includes:

determining a time range at which a visual stimuli displayed by the particular gate exhibits a decreased magnitude or an increased magnitude;

determining a critical time at which the EEG signal exhibits a minimum magnitude or a maximum magnitude; and

determining that the critical time is within the time range.

18. The non-transitory computer-readable medium of claim 17, wherein analyzing the EEG signal to determine that the transit user is attempting to enter the transit system through the particular gate further includes:

determining a second time range at which a second visual stimuli displayed by a second gate exhibits a second decreased magnitude or a second increased magnitude; and

determining that the critical time is not within the second time range; wherein:

the particular gate is a first gate;

the time range is a first time range;

the visual stimuli is a first visual stimuli;

the decreased magnitude is a first decreased magnitude; and

the increased magnitude is a first increased magnitude.

19. The non-transitory computer-readable medium of claim 18, wherein the operations further include:

receiving, from a first transmitter communicatively coupled to the first gate, the first time range; and

receiving, from a second transmitter communicatively coupled to the second gate, the second time range.

20. The non-transitory computer-readable medium of claim 18, wherein the operations further include:

receiving, from a location transmitter communicatively coupled to the first gate and the second gate, the first time range and the second time range.