R. Rasmussen

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A brain-computer interface (BCI) uses electrophysiological measures of brain function to enable individuals to communicate with the external world, bypassing normal neuromuscular pathways. While it has been suggested that this control can be applied for neuroprostheses, few studies have demonstrated practical BCI control of a prosthetic device. In this(More)
A Brain Computer Interface (BCI) allows individuals with severe disabilities to communicate with their external environment, by translating changes in their electroencephalogram (EEG) to control signals. Practical applications of BCIs are limited by the long training time required for achieving high levels of control. We present a pilot study to assess the(More)
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