A brain–computer interface (BCI) for the locked-in: comparison of different EEG classifications for the thought translation device

@article{Hinterberger2003ABI,
  title={A brain–computer interface (BCI) for the locked-in: comparison of different EEG classifications for the thought translation device},
  author={T. Hinterberger and A. K{\"u}bler and J. Kaiser and N. Neumann and N. Birbaumer},
  journal={Clinical Neurophysiology},
  year={2003},
  volume={114},
  pages={416-425}
}
OBJECTIVE The Thought Translation Device (TTD) for brain-computer interaction was developed to enable totally paralyzed patients to communicate. Patients learn to regulate slow cortical potentials (SCPs) voluntarily with feedback training to select letters. This study reports the comparison of different methods of electroencephalographic (EEG) analysis to improve spelling accuracy with the TTD on a data set of 6,650 trials of a severely paralyzed patient. METHODS Selections of letters… Expand
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