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AbstractInvasive brain–computer interfaces (BCI) provide better signal quality in terms of spatial localization, frequencies and signal/noise ratio, in addition to giving access to deep brain regions that play important roles in cognitive or affective processes. Despite some anecdotal attempts,...
AbstractMedical brain implants for closed-loop interaction with the cerebral cortex promise new treatment options for brain disorders, and thus great efforts are being made to develop devices for long-term application. Closed-loop interaction can be implemented using electrophysiological...
AbstractThree different P300 paradigms, the classic matrix-based speller, one employing faces as stimuli, and one with serial stimulus presentation, were used to assess the effects of cognition and visual function on brain–computer interface (BCI) use in 22 patients with amyotrophic lateral...
AbstractOver the last decades, the brain-computer interface (BCI) research field has seen steep progress and now recognizes several types of applications, each with its own target population. Despite this evolution, BCIs seem to remain a research application, and are hardly used in daily life at...
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