Human motor cortical activity recorded with Micro-ECoG electrodes, during individual finger movements

@article{Wang2009HumanMC,
  title={Human motor cortical activity recorded with Micro-ECoG electrodes, during individual finger movements},
  author={Wenqian Wang and Alan D. Degenhart and Jennifer L. Collinger and Ramana Vinjamuri and Gustavo P. Sudre and P. David Adelson and Derek Holder and Eric C. Leuthardt and D W Moran and Mike Boninger and Andrew B. Schwartz and Donald J. Crammond and Elizabeth C. Tyler-Kabara and Douglas J. Weber},
  journal={2009 Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society},
  year={2009},
  pages={586-589}
}
In this study human motor cortical activity was recorded with a customized micro-ECoG grid during individual finger movements. The quality of the recorded neural signals was characterized in the frequency domain from three different perspectives: (1) coherence between neural signals recorded from different electrodes, (2) modulation of neural signals by finger movement, and (3) accuracy of finger movement decoding. It was found that, for the high frequency band (60–120 Hz), coherence between… CONTINUE READING

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