Andrea Paggiaro

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Magnetoencephalography (MEG) is a non-invasive neurophysiological technique used to study the cerebral cortex. Currently, MEG is mainly used clinically to localize epileptic foci and eloquent brain areas in order to avoid damage during neurosurgery. MEG might, however, also be of help in monitoring stroke recovery and rehabilitation. This review focuses on(More)
OBJECTIVE We investigated neurophysiological brain responses elicited by a tactile event-related potential paradigm in a sample of ALS patients. Underlying cognitive processes and neurophysiological signatures for brain-computer interface (BCI) are addressed. METHODS We stimulated the palm of the hand in a group of fourteen ALS patients and a control(More)
— In many pattern recognition problems, research has shown that significant improvement in the overall performance may be achieved through a combination of multiple classifiers, rather than a further development of a single classifier [1]. As a process, among others, to reduce the amount of information to be treated by the classifier, one can represent a(More)
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