P300-based brain-computer interface: The effect of the stimulus position in a stimulus train

@article{Ganin2012P300basedBI,
  title={P300-based brain-computer interface: The effect of the stimulus position in a stimulus train},
  author={Ilya P. Ganin and Sergei L. Shishkin and A. G. Kochetova and Alexander Ya. Kaplan},
  journal={Human Physiology},
  year={2012},
  volume={38},
  pages={121-128}
}
The most popular type of brain-computer interfaces (BCIs) are based on the detection of the P300 wave of the evoked potentials appearing in response to a stimulus chosen by the subject. In order to increase the speed of operation of these BCIs, it is possible to decrease the number of repeated stimulus presentations. It is associated with an increase in the relative importance of the response to the first stimulus in a train for correct recognition of the stimulus chosen. Event-related… CONTINUE READING