An EEG-Based Design for the Online Detection of Movement Intention

@inproceedings{Ibez2011AnED,
  title={An EEG-Based Design for the Online Detection of Movement Intention},
  author={Jaime Ib{\'a}{\~n}ez and Jose Ignacio Serrano and M. Dolores del Castillo and Luis J. Barrios and Juan Alvaro Gallego and Eduardo Rocon},
  booktitle={IWANN},
  year={2011}
}
The development of EEG-based wearable technologies for real-life environments has experienced an increasing interest over the last years. During activities of daily living, these systems need to be able to distinguish predefined mental states from the ongoing EEG signal, and these states of interest can be given after long periods of inactivity. A detector of the intention to move that is conceived to be used in real-time is proposed and offline validated with an experimental protocol with long… CONTINUE READING

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