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The error-related potential (ErrP) can inform the correction of brain-computer interface (BCI) mistakes, but it has thus far been incorporated only into visual BCIs, with mixed success. Given that ErrPs are thought to have higher impact when BCI accuracy is relatively low, we sought to identify...
Determining a person’s intent, such as the planned direction of their movement, directly from their cortical activity could support important applications such as brain-computer interfaces (BCIs). Continuing development of improved BCI systems requires a better understanding of how the brain...
Does the stimulation used during the training on an SSVEP-based BCI have to be similar to that of the end use? We recorded six-channel EEG data from 12 subjects in various conditions of distance between targets, and of difference in color between targets. Our analysis revealed that the...
AbstractBrain-computer interfaces (BCIs) are intended to provide independent communication for those with the most severe physical impairments. However, development and testing of BCIs is typically conducted with copy-spelling of provided text, which models only a small portion of a functional...
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