10 State of the Art in BCI Research : BCI Award 2010

@inproceedings{Guger201010SO,
  title={10 State of the Art in BCI Research : BCI Award 2010},
  author={Christoph Guger and Guangyu Bin and Xiaorong Gao and Jing Guo and Bo Hong and Tao Liu and Shangkai Gao and Cuntai Guan and Kai Keng Ang and Kok Soon Phua and Chuanchu Wang and Zheng Yang Chin and Haihong Zhang and Rongsheng Lin and Karen Sui Geok Chua and Christopher Wee Keong Kuah and Beng Ti Ang and Harry George and Andrea K{\"u}bler and Sebastian Halder and Adi Hoesle and Jana I. M{\"u}n\ssinger and Mark Palatucci and Dean Pomerleau and Geoff Hinton and Tom H. Mitchell and David B. Ryan and Eric W. Sellers and George Townsend and Steven M. Chase and Andrew S. Whitford and Andrew B. Schwartz and Kimiko Kawashima and Keiichiro Shindo and Junichi Ushiba and Meigen Liu and Gerwin Schalk},
  year={2010}
}
The possibility of brain-computer communication based on the electroencephalogram (EEG) has been discussed almost four decades ago (Vidal, 1973). In another pioneering work, Farwell and Donchin described the use of evoked potentials for communication (Farwell, 1988). Up to the early 2000s, no more than 5 groups were active in brain-computer interface (BCI) research. Now, about 200-300 laboratories are focused on this work. This dramatic growth has been driven by high performance and low cost of… CONTINUE READING