Which physiological components are more suitable for visual ERP based brain-computer interface?:A preliminary MEG/EEG study

Bianchi, Luigi; Sami, Saber; Hillebrand, Arjan; Fawcett, Ian P.; Quitadamo, Lucia R. and Seri, Stefano Which physiological components are more suitable for visual ERP based brain-computer interface?:A preliminary MEG/EEG study. Brain Topography, 23 (2), pp. 180-5.

Abstract

We investigated which evoked response component occurring in the first 800 ms after stimulus presentation was most suitable to be used in a classical P300-based brain-computer interface speller protocol. Data was acquired from 275 Magnetoencephalographic sensors in two subjects and from 61 Electroencephalographic sensors in four. To better characterize the evoked physiological responses and minimize the effect of response overlap, a 1000 ms Inter Stimulus Interval was preferred to the short (

Publication DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/s10548-010-0143-0
Divisions: Life & Health Sciences > Optometry
Life & Health Sciences > Psychology
Life & Health Sciences
Life & Health Sciences > Basic & Applied Neurosciences research group
Life & Health Sciences > Neurosciences research group
Life & Health Sciences > Applied Health Research Group
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Uncontrolled Keywords: adult,brain,brain mapping,discriminant analysis,electroencephalography,P300 event-related potentials,evoked potentials,female,humans,linear models,magnetoencephalography,male,middle aged,neurological models,occipital lobe,scalp,computer-assisted signal processing,user-computer interface,writing,brain–computer interface,Anatomy,Clinical Neurology,Radiology Nuclear Medicine and imaging,Neurology,Radiological and Ultrasound Technology

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