The Changing Face of P300 BCIs: A Comparison of Stimulus Changes in a P300 BCI Involving Faces, Emotion, and Movement

@inproceedings{Jin2012TheCF,
  title={The Changing Face of P300 BCIs: A Comparison of Stimulus Changes in a P300 BCI Involving Faces, Emotion, and Movement},
  author={Jing Jin and Brendan Z. Allison and Tobias Kaufmann and Andrea K{\"u}bler and Yu Zhang and Xingyu Wang and Andrzej Cichocki},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2012}
}
BACKGROUND One of the most common types of brain-computer interfaces (BCIs) is called a P300 BCI, since it relies on the P300 and other event-related potentials (ERPs). In the canonical P300 BCI approach, items on a monitor flash briefly to elicit the necessary ERPs. Very recent work has shown that this approach may yield lower performance than alternate paradigms in which the items do not flash but instead change in other ways, such as moving, changing colour or changing to characters overlaid… CONTINUE READING
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