Using Rest Class and Control Paradigms for Brain Computer Interfacing

@inproceedings{Fazli2010UsingRC,
  title={Using Rest Class and Control Paradigms for Brain Computer Interfacing},
  author={Siamac Fazli and M{\'a}rton Dan{\'o}czy and Florin Popescu and Benjamin Blankertz and Klaus-Robert M{\"u}ller},
  booktitle={Brain-Computer Interfaces},
  year={2010}
}
The use of Electro-encephalography (EEG) for Brain Computer Interface (BCI) provides a cost-efficient, safe, portable and easy to use BCI for both healthy users and the disabled. This paper will first briefly review some of the current challenges in BCI research and then discuss two of them in more detail, namely modeling the “no command” (rest) state and the use of control paradigms in BCI. For effective prosthetic control of a BCI system or when employing BCI as an additional control-channel… CONTINUE READING
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