Salvador Sancha-Ros

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In this work, an electroencephalographic analysis-based, self-paced (asynchronous) brain-computer interface (BCI) is proposed to control a mobile robot using four different navigation commands: turn right, turn left, move forward and move back. In order to reduce the probability of misclassification, the BCI is to be controlled with only two mental tasks(More)
Keywords: Brain–computer interface (BCI) Navigation Asynchronous Motor imagery (MI) Mental tasks Auditory a b s t r a c t The aim of this work is to provide a navigation paradigm that could be used to control a wheelchair through a brain–computer interface (BCI). In such a case, it is desirable to control the system without a graphical interface so that it(More)
Introduction: Persons affected by certain motor disabilities such as amyotrophic lateral sclerosis can evolve with important motor and speech difficulties in communication. A BCI (Brain Computer Interface) is a system that allows interaction between the human brain and a computer, permitting the user to control a communication channel through his or her(More)
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