On the Need for Both Internal and External Context Awareness for Reliable BCIs

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In this paper we argue that for brain-computer interfaces (BCIs) to be used reliably for extended periods of time, they must be able to adapt to the user’s evolving needs. This adaptation should not only be a function of the environmental (external) context, but should also consider the internal context, such as cognitive states and brain signal reliability… (More)

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@inproceedings{Carlson2013OnTN, title={On the Need for Both Internal and External Context Awareness for Reliable BCIs}, author={Timothy J. Carlson and Roc{\'i}o Mill{\'a}n}, year={2013} }