Music versus motor imagery for BCI systems a study using fMRI and EEG: Preliminary results

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The development of brain-computer interfaces (BCIs) for disabled patients is currently a growing field of research. Most BCI systems are based on electroencephalography (EEG) signals, and within this group, systems using motor imagery (MI) are amongst the most flexible. However, for stroke patients, the motor areas of the brain are not always available for… (More)

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@article{Soriano2013MusicVM, title={Music versus motor imagery for BCI systems a study using fMRI and EEG: Preliminary results}, author={David Soriano and E. L. D. G. S. Silva and Gabriel F. Slenes and F. O. Lima and L. F. S. Uribe and Guilherme P. Coelho and Eric Rohmer and Tiago Ven{\^a}ncio and G. C. Beltramini and B. M. Campos and Cyntia Santiago Anjos and Ritsuko Suyama and L. M. Li and Gloria Castellano and R. R. F. Attux}, journal={2013 ISSNIP Biosignals and Biorobotics Conference: Biosignals and Robotics for Better and Safer Living (BRC)}, year={2013}, pages={1-6} }