Brain-machine interfaces for motor rehabilitation: Is recalibration important?

Abstract

Brain-machine interfaces (BMI) allow to decode motor commands from paralyzed patients' brains and use those commands with a rehabilitative or assistive purpose. However, brain non-stationarities can affect BMI performance over time in multi-session interventions. The amount and type of data used for calibration may play an important role on the posterior… (More)

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