Sandeep Bodda

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There have been significant advancements in brain computer interface (BCI) techniques using EEG-like methods. EEG can serve as non-invasive BMI technique, to control devices like wheelchairs, cursors and robotic arm. In this paper, we discuss the use of EEG recordings to control low-cost robotic arms by extracting motor task patterns and indicate where such(More)
Recent studies have indicated the additional role of cerebellum beyond motor coordination non-motor and socio-cognitive tasks. Exploration of cerebellar roles in timing and plasticity have been attributed specific roles in neurological conditions such as ataxia, severe disorders such as Parkinson’s and epilepsy. Cerebellar dysfunctions elaborate the need of(More)
Focusing on low-cost articulation control for neuroprosthesis, electroencephalography (EEG)-based brain computer interfaces require rapid and reliable discrimination of EEG patterns associated with motor imagery generated via imagined or real movement. The objective of this study was to characterize EEG signals of two different motor imagery tasks used to(More)
Local Field Potentials (LFP) allow interpretations of patterns of information generated by neuronal populations. LFPs are Low frequency (<;300 Hz) population signals recorded with glass or metal electrodes and are known to be generated by complex spatiotemporal interactions of synaptic stimuli in combination with sink-source behavior in the circuit.(More)
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