High-performance continuous neural cursor control enabled by a feedback control perspective

@inproceedings{Gilja2010HighperformanceCN,
  title={High-performance continuous neural cursor control enabled by a feedback control perspective},
  author={Vikash Gilja and Paul Nuyujukian and Cindy A. Chestek and John P. Cunningham and Byron M. Yu and Stephen I. Ryu and Krishna V. Shenoy},
  year={2010}
}
Neural prostheses, or brain-computer interfaces (BCIs), have the potential to substantially increase quality of life for people suffering from motor disorders, including paralysis and amputation. These systems translate recorded neural signals into control signals that guide a paralyzed arm, artificial limb, or computer cursor. Although current laboratory demonstrations provide a compelling proof-ofconcept, the field must continue to increase performance to achieve clinical viability. Many BCIs… CONTINUE READING

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