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Locked in syndrome (LIS) is a condition of complete paralysis in which people with LIS are conscious but unable to move or communicate verbally except to move their eyes or blink. One way that can help LIS sufferers to communicate and interact is through recording brain signals called Electroencephalogram (EEG). In this study, the data from the recording of the EEG signal has gone through the extraction stage. The extracted data is preprocessed and classified using the K-Nearest Neighbor (K-NN) algorithm to be visualized using a web-based application. The results of the classification using the K-Nearest Neighbor algorithm with a value of K = 1 resulted in 82% accuracy, 82% precision and 82% recall.
Keywords: LIS, EEG, K-Nearest Neighbor.