Reprogramming movements: extraction of motor intentions from cortical ensemble activity when movement goals change

@inproceedings{Ifft2012ReprogrammingME,
  title={Reprogramming movements: extraction of motor intentions from cortical ensemble activity when movement goals change},
  author={Peter J. Ifft and Mikhail A. Lebedev and Miguel A. L. Nicolelis},
  booktitle={Front. Neuroeng.},
  year={2012}
}
The ability to inhibit unwanted movements and change motor plans is essential for behaviors of advanced organisms. The neural mechanisms by which the primate motor system rejects undesired actions have received much attention during the last decade, but it is not well understood how this neural function could be utilized to improve the efficiency of brain-machine interfaces (BMIs). Here we employed linear discriminant analysis (LDA) and a Wiener filter to extract motor plan transitions from the… CONTINUE READING
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