Improving Transfer Rates in Brain Computer Interfacing: A Case Study

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  title={Improving Transfer Rates in Brain Computer Interfacing: A Case Study},
  author={Peter Meinicke and Matthias Kaper and Florian Hoppe and Manfred Heumann and Helge J. Ritter},
  booktitle={NIPS},
  year={2002}
}
In this paper we present results of a study on brain computer i n facing. We adopted an approach of Farwell & Donchin [4], which we trie d to improve in several aspects. The main objective was to improv e the transfer rates based on offline analysis of EEG-data but within a mo re realistic setup closer to an online realization than in the original st udies. The objective was achieved along two different tracks: on the one h and we used state-of-the-art machine learning techniques for signal c… CONTINUE READING
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