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The Eighth International Brain–Computer Interface (BCI) Meeting was held June 7–9, 2021 in a virtual format. The conference continued the BCI Meeting series’ interactive nature with 21 workshops covering the breadth of topics in BCI (also called brain–machine interface) research. Some workshops...
The ideal brain–computer interface (BCI) adapts to the user’s state to enable optimal BCI performance. Two methods of BCI adaptation are commonly applied: User-centered design (UCD) responds to individual user needs and requirements. Passive BCIs can adapt via online analysis of...
Motor imagery-based brain–computer interfaces (MI-BCIs) rely on interactions between humans and machines. The (learning) characteristics of both components are key to understand and improve performances. Data-driven methods are often used to select/extract features with very little...
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