Brain-computer communication and slow cortical potentials

@article{Hinterberger2004BraincomputerCA,
  title={Brain-computer communication and slow cortical potentials},
  author={T. Hinterberger and S. Schmidt and N. Neumann and J. Mellinger and B. Blankertz and G. Curio and N. Birbaumer},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering},
  year={2004},
  volume={51},
  pages={1011-1018}
}
A thought translation device (TTD) has been designed to enable direct brain-computer communication using self-regulation of slow cortical potentials (SCPs). However, accuracy of SCP control reveals high intersubject variability. To guarantee the highest possible communication speed, some important aspects of training SCPs are discussed. A baseline correction of SCPs can increase performance. Multichannel recordings show that SCPs are of highest amplitude around the vertex electrode used for… Expand
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