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Brain-computer interfaces for control of neuroprostheses: from synchronous to asynchronous mode of operation.

@article{MllerPutz2006BraincomputerIF,
  title={Brain-computer interfaces for control of neuroprostheses: from synchronous to asynchronous mode of operation.},
  author={Gernot R. M{\"u}ller-Putz and Reinhold Scherer and Gert Pfurtscheller and R{\"u}diger Rupp},
  journal={Biomedizinische Technik. Biomedical engineering},
  year={2006},
  volume={51 2},
  pages={
          57-63
        }
}
Transferring a brain-computer interface (BCI) from the laboratory environment into real world applications is directly related to the problem of identifying user intentions from brain signals without any additional information in real time. From the perspective of signal processing, the BCI has to have an uncued or asynchronous design. Based on the results of two clinical applications, where 'thought' control of neuroprostheses based on movement imagery in tetraplegic patients with a high… CONTINUE READING

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