A novel P 300-based brain – computer interface stimulus presentation paradigm : Moving beyond rows and columns q

@inproceedings{Townsend2010ANP,
  title={A novel P 300-based brain – computer interface stimulus presentation paradigm : Moving beyond rows and columns q},
  author={George Townsend and Brandon Lapallo and Chadwick B. Boulay and Dean J. Krusienski and G. E. Frye and Christopher K. Hauser and Nicholas Edward Schwartz and Theresa M. Vaughan and Jonathan R. Wolpaw and Eric W. Sellers},
  year={2010}
}
Objective: An electroencephalographic brain–computer interface (BCI) can provide a non-muscular means of communication for people with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) or other neuromuscular disorders. We present a novel P300-based BCI stimulus presentation – the checkerboard paradigm (CBP). CBP performance is compared to that of the standard row/column paradigm (RCP) introduced by Farwell 
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