Switching between Manual Control and Brain-Computer Interface Using Long Term and Short Term Quality Measures

@inproceedings{Kreilinger2011SwitchingBM,
  title={Switching between Manual Control and Brain-Computer Interface Using Long Term and Short Term Quality Measures},
  author={Alex Kreilinger and Vera Kaiser and Christian Breitwieser and John Williamson and Christa Neuper and Gernot R. M{\"u}ller-Putz},
  booktitle={Front. Neurosci.},
  year={2011}
}
Assistive devices for persons with limited motor control translate or amplify remaining functions to allow otherwise impossible actions. These assistive devices usually rely on just one type of input signal which can be derived from residual muscle functions or any other kind of biosignal. When only one signal is used, the functionality of the assistive device can be reduced as soon as the quality of the provided signal is impaired. The quality can decrease in case of fatigue, lack of… CONTINUE READING

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