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Distributed cortical adaptation during learning of a brain–computer interface task
The majority of subjects who attempt to learn control of a brain–computer interface (BCI) can do so with adequate training. Much like when one learns to type or ride a bicycle, BCI users reportExpand
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Direct electrical stimulation of the somatosensory cortex in humans using electrocorticography electrodes: a qualitative and quantitative report.
OBJECTIVE Recently, electrocorticography-based brain-computer interfaces have been successfully used to translate cortical activity into control signals for external devices. However, the utility ofExpand
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Sequential activation of premotor, primary somatosensory and primary motor areas in humans during cued finger movements
OBJECTIVE Human voluntary movements are a final product of complex interactions between multiple sensory, cognitive and motor areas of central nervous system. The objective was to investigateExpand
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A combined segmenting and non-segmenting approach to signal quality estimation for ambulatory photoplethysmography.
Continuous cardiac monitoring of healthy and unhealthy patients can help us understand the progression of heart disease and enable early treatment. Optical pulse sensing is an excellent candidate forExpand
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Brain–computer interfaces: a powerful tool for scientific inquiry
Brain-computer interfaces (BCIs) are devices that record from the nervous system, provide input directly to the nervous system, or do both. Sensory BCIs such as cochlear implants have already hadExpand
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Comparison of subdural and subgaleal recordings of cortical high-gamma activity in humans
OBJECTIVE The purpose of this study is to determine the relationship between cortical electrophysiological (CE) signals recorded from the surface of the brain (subdural electrocorticography, or ECoG)Expand
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BCI Use and Its Relation to Adaptation in Cortical Networks
Brain-computer interfaces (BCIs) carry great potential in the treatment of motor impairments. As a new motor output, BCIs interface with the native motor system, but acquisition of BCI proficiencyExpand
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Regional Patterns of Cortical Phase Synchrony in the Resting State
Synchronized phase estimates between oscillating neuronal signals at the macroscale level reflect coordinated activities between neuronal assemblies. Recent electrophysiological evidence suggests theExpand
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Cortico-Cortical Interactions during Acquisition and Use of a Neuroprosthetic Skill
A motor cortex-based brain-computer interface (BCI) creates a novel real world output directly from cortical activity. Use of a BCI has been demonstrated to be a learned skill that involvesExpand
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