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)
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 will be useful for people without gaze control. Thus, an audio-cued paradigm with several navigation commands is proposed.(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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