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By Gerwin Schalk, Jürgen Mellinger

ISBN-10: 1849960917

ISBN-13: 9781849960915

This functional consultant to profitable Brain-Computer Interface (BCI) experiments, makes use of the general-purpose software program platform BCI2000. It presents complete introductory and intermediate options of all correct elements relating universal BCI experiments.

Opening with a basic creation to the rules of BCI operation, mind sign acquisition utilizing kinds of sensors, BCI sign processing (including universal function extraction and have translation methods), and gadget output, this normal advent to BCI study is via an advent to the BCI2000 software program platform, together with a step-by step journey and step by step tutorials for utilizing BCI2000 with sensorimotor rhythms and P300 evoked potentials. complicated ideas are mentioned and a programming reference and routines integrated. there's a part for commonly asked questions and technical references.

Graduate scholars and postdoctoral affiliates getting began with BCI examine and/or using BCI2000 will locate this publication very helpful. The tutorials and routines also will end up helpful for extra studying and for lab assignments in classes on BCI research.

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This figure shows examples for signal contamination by eye blink artifacts. These artifacts are most prominent in frontal channels (channels Fp1 and Fp2), but have effects on all channels 20 2 Brain Sensors and Signals Fig. 9 Eye movement artifacts. Eye movements have a prominent effect on many channels. See the positive or negative deflections during early, middle and late parts of this recording time domain (such as averaged P300 wave forms) can be strongly influenced by their presence. 3 Artifacts due to Eye Movements Ocular artifacts (electrooculographic (EOG) signals) are produced by eye movements, and generated by a frictive mechanism that is similar to the one described above for eye blinks, except that it involves the retina and cornea rather than cornea alone.

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These artifacts are most prominent in frontal channels (channels Fp1 and Fp2), but have effects on all channels 20 2 Brain Sensors and Signals Fig. 9 Eye movement artifacts. Eye movements have a prominent effect on many channels. See the positive or negative deflections during early, middle and late parts of this recording time domain (such as averaged P300 wave forms) can be strongly influenced by their presence. 3 Artifacts due to Eye Movements Ocular artifacts (electrooculographic (EOG) signals) are produced by eye movements, and generated by a frictive mechanism that is similar to the one described above for eye blinks, except that it involves the retina and cornea rather than cornea alone.

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