Evaluation of Methods for Estimating Fractal Dimension in Motor Imagery-Based Brain Computer Interface

@inproceedings{Loo2011EvaluationOM,
  title={Evaluation of Methods for Estimating Fractal Dimension in Motor Imagery-Based Brain Computer Interface},
  author={Chu Kiong Loo and Andrews Samraj and Gin Chong Lee},
  year={2011}
}
A brain computer interface BCI enables direct communication between a brain and a computer translating brain activity into computer commands using preprocessing, feature extraction, and classification operations. Feature extraction is crucial, as it has a substantial effect on the classification accuracy and speed. While fractal dimension has been successfully used in various domains to characterize data exhibiting fractal properties, its usage in motor imagery-based BCI has been more recent… CONTINUE READING

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