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AbstractThe P300-based brain-computer interface (P300-BCI) is expected to provide a new communication tool for patients with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS). Currently, there is little evidence about the relationship between the neurophysiological profiles of P300 and the performance of the...
Context. In recent years, hybrid brain-computer interfaces (hBCIs) have proven to be a promising path towards practical brain-computer interfacing. These hybrid interfaces capitalize on the concurrent recording of various physiological signals, or of the elicitation of more than one mental...
Brain–computer interface (BCI) researchers have shown increasing interest in soliciting user experience (UX) feedback, but the severe speech and physical impairments (SSPI) of potential users create barriers to effective implementation with existing feedback instruments. This article describes...
Brain-computer interfaces (BCIs) based upon event-related potentials (ERPs) can allow fast and accurate communication. The performance of this type of BCI may be improved by the use of images of faces to evoke ERPs. We suggest that using facially encoded emotions may further improve the...
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