Motor Imagery for Severely Motor-Impaired Patients: Evidence for Brain-Computer Interfacing as Superior Control Solution

@inproceedings{Hhne2014MotorIF,
  title={Motor Imagery for Severely Motor-Impaired Patients: Evidence for Brain-Computer Interfacing as Superior Control Solution},
  author={Johannes H{\"o}hne and Elisa Mira Holz and Pit Staiger-S{\"a}lzer and Klaus-Robert M{\"u}ller and Andrea K{\"u}bler and Michael Tangermann},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2014}
}
Brain-Computer Interfaces (BCIs) strive to decode brain signals into control commands for severely handicapped people with no means of muscular control. These potential users of noninvasive BCIs display a large range of physical and mental conditions. Prior studies have shown the general applicability of BCI with patients, with the conflict of either using many training sessions or studying only moderately restricted patients. We present a BCI system designed to establish external control for… CONTINUE READING
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