Offline comparison of spatial filters for two-dimensional movement control with noninvasive field potentials.

@article{Foldes2011OfflineCO,
  title={Offline comparison of spatial filters for two-dimensional movement control with noninvasive field potentials.},
  author={Stephen T. Foldes and Dawn M. Taylor},
  journal={Journal of neural engineering},
  year={2011},
  volume={8 4},
  pages={
          046022
        }
}
Paralyzed individuals can control the movement of an assistive device using changes in electroencephalographic (EEG) power resulting from attempted movements. Simultaneous, proportional control of two-dimensional (2D) device movements can be achieved with the concurrent modulation of brain activity that is associated with the attempted movement and rest of two independent body parts. Movement control may be improved by spatial filtering methods that recombine raw EEGs to form new signals with… CONTINUE READING

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