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ISCI
2008
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Classifying mental tasks based on features of higher-order statistics from EEG signals in brain-computer interface
In order to characterize the non-Gaussian information contained within the EEG signals, a new feature extraction method based on bispectrum is proposed and applied to the classifi...
Shang-Ming Zhou, John Q. Gan, Francisco Sepulveda
ICRA
2010
IEEE
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Activation of a mobile robot through a brain computer interface
- This work presents the development of a brain computer interface as an alternative communication channel to be used in Robotics. It encompasses the implementation of an electroen...
Alexandre Ormiga Galvão Barbosa, David Rona...
AUSDM
2008
Springer
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10 years 1 months ago
Classification of Brain-Computer Interface Data
In this paper we investigate the classification of mental tasks based on electroencephalographic (EEG) data for Brain Computer Interfaces (BCI) in two scenarios: off line and on-l...
Omar AlZoubi, Irena Koprinska, Rafael A. Calvo
IJON
2006
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EEG classification using generative independent component analysis
We present an application of Independent Component Analysis (ICA) to the discrimination of mental tasks for EEG-based Brain Computer Interface systems. ICA is most commonly used w...
Silvia Chiappa, David Barber
NIPS
2007
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Invariant Common Spatial Patterns: Alleviating Nonstationarities in Brain-Computer Interfacing
Brain-Computer Interfaces can suffer from a large variance of the subject conditions within and across sessions. For example vigilance fluctuations in the individual, variable ta...
Benjamin Blankertz, Motoaki Kawanabe, Ryota Tomiok...
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