Classification of Imagined Motor Tasks for BCI

@article{Doynov2008ClassificationOI,
  title={Classification of Imagined Motor Tasks for BCI},
  author={Plamen Doynov and Jesse Sherwood and Reza Derakhshani},
  journal={2008 IEEE Region 5 Conference},
  year={2008},
  pages={1-6}
}
Electroencephalography (EEG) is a well developed technique used in many clinical and research applications. Continuous improvements on quality of scalp electrodes and front-end amplifiers, and data processing and storage have elevated EEG to a standard non-invasive method for monitoring many brain functions. EEG can also provide a new means for sending messages to the external world which is commonly known as a Brain-Computer Interface (BCI). This paper describes different feature extraction… CONTINUE READING

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