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Brain-computer Interface (BCI) research is rapidly expanding, and it engages domains of human experience that many find central to our current understanding of ourselves. Ethical principles or guidelines can provide researchers with tools to engage in ethical reflection and to address practical...
The P300 Brain-Computer Interface (BCI) is a well-established communication channel for severely disabled people. The P300 event-related potential is mostly characterized by its amplitude or its area, which correlate with the spelling accuracy of the P300 speller. Here, we introduce a novel...
This study compared the signal quality of six commercially available electroencephalography (EEG) signal acquisition systems in order to evaluate their application in a brain-computer interface (BCI). This is one of the largest studies in terms of subjects and systems focusing on comparing...
Rapid Serial Visual Presentation (RSVP) is a paradigm that supports the application of cortically coupled computer vision to image search. In RSVP, images are presented to participants which can evoke Event-related Potentials (ERPs) in their Electroencephalogram (EEG). Supervised spatial...
The effect of fatigue and drowsiness on brain–computer interface (BCI) performance was evaluated. Twenty healthy participants performed a standardized 11-min calibration of a Rapid Serial Visual Presentation BCI system 5 times over 2 h. For each calibration, BCI performance was evaluated using...
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