Neural Decoding for Motorand CommunicationProstheses

@inproceedings{Yu2010NeuralDF,
  title={Neural Decoding for Motorand CommunicationProstheses},
  author={Byron M. Yu and Gopal Santhanam and Maneesh Sahani and Krishna V. Shenoy},
  year={2010}
}
Neural prostheses, which are also termed brain–machine and brain–computer interfaces, offer the potential to substantially increase the quality of life for people suffering from motor disorders, including paralysis and amputation. Such devices translate electrical neural activity from the brain into control signals for guiding paralyzed upper limbs, prosthetic arms, and computer cursors. Several research groups have now demonstrated that monkeys (e.g., Serruya et al., 2002; Taylor et al., 2002… CONTINUE READING
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