A direct brain interface based on event-related potentials.

Abstract

Cross-correlation between a trigger-averaged event-related potential (ERP) template and continuous electrocorticogram was used to detect movement-related ERP's. The accuracy of ERP detection for the five best subjects (of 17 studied), had hit percentages >90% and false positive percentages <10%. These cases were considered appropriate for operation of a direct brain interface.

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@article{Levine2000ADB, title={A direct brain interface based on event-related potentials.}, author={Simon P. Levine and Jane E. Huggins and Spencer L. BeMent and Ritesh Kumar Kushwaha and Lori A. Schuh and Melissa M. Rohde and Erasmo A Passaro and Donald A. Ross and Kost V. Elisevich and Brian J. Smith}, journal={IEEE transactions on rehabilitation engineering : a publication of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society}, year={2000}, volume={8 2}, pages={180-5} }