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Spatiotemporal patterns of beta desynchronization and gamma synchronization in corticographic data during self-paced movement
OBJECTIVE To study the spatiotemporal pattern of event-related desynchronization (ERD) and event-related synchronization (ERS) in electrocorticographic (ECoG) data with closely spaced electrodes. Expand
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Visualization of significant ERD/ERS patterns in multichannel EEG and ECoG data
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This paper presents a bootstrap-based method which gives time-frequency maps showing only significant changes of ERD or ERS in predetermined frequency bands. Expand
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The NavChair Assistive Wheelchair Navigation System.
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The NavChair Assistive Wheelchair Navigation System [19] is being developed to reduce the cognitive and physical requirements of operating a power wheelchair for people with wide ranging impairments that limit their access to powered mobility. Expand
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A direct brain interface based on event-related potentials.
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Cross-correlation between a trigger-averaged event-related potential (ERP) template and continuous electrocorticogram was used to detect movement-related ERP's. Expand
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Effect of a word prediction feature on user performance
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This study examines the influence of a word prediction feature on several measures of user performance during text entry tasks. Expand
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Toward a direct brain interface based on human subdural recordings and wavelet-packet analysis
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A method based on wavelet-packet decomposition in combination with a GA can be used to accurately detect movement-related patterns in ongoing ECoG data. Expand
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Modeling the speed of text entry with a word prediction interface
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This study analyzes user performance of text entry tasks with word prediction by applying modeling techniques developed in the field of human-computer interaction. Expand
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NavChair: An Assistive Wheelchair Navigation System with Automatic Adaptation
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The NavChair Assistive Wheelchair Navigation System [1], shown in Figure 1, is being developed to provide mobility to those individuals who would otherwise find it difficult or impossible to use a powered wheelchair due to cognitive, perceptual, or motor impairments. Expand
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Automatic adaptation in the NavChair Assistive Wheelchair Navigation System.
  • R. Simpson, S. Levine
  • Engineering, Medicine
  • IEEE transactions on rehabilitation engineering…
  • 1 December 1999
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The NavChair Assistive Wheelchair Navigation System [7] is an adaptive shared control system being developed to provide mobility to those individuals who would otherwise find it difficult or impossible to use a power wheelchair due to cognitive, perceptual, or motor impairments. Expand
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Model simulations of user performance with word prediction
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This paper illustrates the use of this model to simulate user performance across a broad range of conditions. Expand
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