Electrode Fusion for the Prediction of Self-Initiated Fine Movements from Single-Trial Readiness Potentials

@article{Zeid2015ElectrodeFF,
  title={Electrode Fusion for the Prediction of Self-Initiated Fine Movements from Single-Trial Readiness Potentials},
  author={Elias Abou Zeid and Tom Chau},
  journal={International journal of neural systems},
  year={2015},
  volume={25 4},
  pages={
          1550014
        }
}
Current human-machine interfaces (HMIs) for users with severe disabilities often have difficulty distinguishing between intentional and inadvertent activations. Pre-movement neuro-cortical activity may aid in this elusive discrimination task but has not been exploited in HMIs. This work investigates the utility of the readiness potential (RP), a slow negative cortical potential preceding voluntary movement, for detecting the intention of self-initiated fine movements prior to their motoric… CONTINUE READING
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