Electrode replacement does not affect classification accuracy in dual-session use of a passive brain-computer interface for assessing cognitive workload

@inproceedings{Estepp2015ElectrodeRD,
  title={Electrode replacement does not affect classification accuracy in dual-session use of a passive brain-computer interface for assessing cognitive workload},
  author={Justin R. Estepp and James C. Christensen},
  booktitle={Front. Neurosci.},
  year={2015}
}
The passive brain-computer interface (pBCI) framework has been shown to be a very promising construct for assessing cognitive and affective state in both individuals and teams. There is a growing body of work that focuses on solving the challenges of transitioning pBCI systems from the research laboratory environment to practical, everyday use. An interesting issue is what impact methodological variability may have on the ability to reliably identify (neuro)physiological patterns that are… CONTINUE READING
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Electrode replacement does not affect classification accuracy in dual-session use of a passive brain-computer interface for assessing cognitive workload

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