Sensorimotor ECoG Signal Features for BCI Control: A Comparison Between People With Locked-In Syndrome and Able-Bodied Controls

@article{Freudenburg2019SensorimotorES,
  title={Sensorimotor ECoG Signal Features for BCI Control: A Comparison Between People With Locked-In Syndrome and Able-Bodied Controls},
  author={Z. Freudenburg and M. Branco and S. Leinders and Benny H. van der Vijgh and Elmar G. M. Pels and T. Denison and L. H. van den Berg and K. Miller and E. Aarnoutse and N. Ramsey and M. J. Vansteensel},
  journal={Frontiers in Neuroscience},
  year={2019},
  volume={13}
}
The sensorimotor cortex is a frequently targeted brain area for the development of Brain-Computer Interfaces (BCIs) for communication in people with severe paralysis and communication problems (locked-in syndrome; LIS). It is widely acknowledged that this area displays an increase in high-frequency band (HFB) power and a decrease in the power of the low frequency band (LFB) during movement of, for example, the hand. Upon termination of hand movement, activity in the LFB band typically shows a… Expand
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