Enhanced Motor Imagery-Based BCI Performance via Tactile Stimulation on Unilateral Hand


Brain-computer interface (BCI) has attracted great interests for its effectiveness in assisting disabled people. However, due to the poor BCI performance, this technique is still far from daily-life applications. One of critical issues confronting BCI research is how to enhance BCI performance. This study aimed at improving the motor imagery (MI) based BCI… (More)
DOI: 10.3389/fnhum.2017.00585


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