Dirk Franz

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Today's Brain-Computer Interface (BCI) systems have been primarily developed to assist in replacing the abilities lost by patients diagnosed with motor-neuron diseases such as amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS). Of which, the most important ability appears to be communication [1], represented by the volume of research into such applications currently under(More)
The supplementary material summarizes the following complementary fit results: from an area on the surface several mm away from the LSC electrode for three different conditions and for the UHV prepared clean YSZ (100) surface (see Table 1). In Figure 1 the corresponding occupancy profiles are shown. Figure 2 and 3 show the corresponding experimental data 1
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