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A Functional BCI Model by the P2731 working group: Physiology

A Functional BCI Model by the P2731 working group: Physiology The development of Brain–Computer Interfaces (BCIs) requires specialists in various fields, including engineering, computer science, medicine and neuroscience. Each of these disciplines possesses a specific and sometimes differing terminology, which creates obstacles to mutual understanding and research collaboration. The IEEE P2731 working group aims to improve communication among BCI researchers by developing a functional model and standard glossary that can be used in all relevant fields. This article describes the anatomical regions of the brain and physiological processes commonly used by BCI applications. It serves as an introduction to neurophysiology for engineers and other non-specialists, and it offers background to articles on the IEEE P2731 Functional Model and Glossary available elsewhere in this special issue. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Brain-Computer Interfaces Taylor & Francis

A Functional BCI Model by the P2731 working group: Physiology

A Functional BCI Model by the P2731 working group: Physiology

Abstract

The development of Brain–Computer Interfaces (BCIs) requires specialists in various fields, including engineering, computer science, medicine and neuroscience. Each of these disciplines possesses a specific and sometimes differing terminology, which creates obstacles to mutual understanding and research collaboration. The IEEE P2731 working group aims to improve communication among BCI researchers by developing a functional model and standard glossary that can be used in all...
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Taylor & Francis
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© 2021 Informa UK Limited, trading as Taylor & Francis Group
ISSN
2326-2621
eISSN
2326-263x
DOI
10.1080/2326263X.2021.1968665
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Abstract

The development of Brain–Computer Interfaces (BCIs) requires specialists in various fields, including engineering, computer science, medicine and neuroscience. Each of these disciplines possesses a specific and sometimes differing terminology, which creates obstacles to mutual understanding and research collaboration. The IEEE P2731 working group aims to improve communication among BCI researchers by developing a functional model and standard glossary that can be used in all relevant fields. This article describes the anatomical regions of the brain and physiological processes commonly used by BCI applications. It serves as an introduction to neurophysiology for engineers and other non-specialists, and it offers background to articles on the IEEE P2731 Functional Model and Glossary available elsewhere in this special issue.

Journal

Brain-Computer InterfacesTaylor & Francis

Published: Jul 3, 2021

Keywords: BCI; cerebral anatomy; cognitive processes; brain waves; neurophysiology; event-related potential; functional model

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