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The IDIAP Brain-Computer Interface: An Asynchronous Multi-Class Approach
Type of publication: Book chapter
Citation: millan:2006:mit-idiap
Booktitle: Towards Brain-Computer Interfacing
Year: 2007
Publisher: The MIT Press
Abstract: In this paper we give an overview of our work on a self-pace asynchronous BCI that responds every 0.5 seconds. A statistical Gaussian classifier tries to recognize three different mental tasks; it may also respond unknown for uncertain samples as the classifier has incorporated statistical rejection criteria. We report our experience with different subjects. We also describe three brain-actuated applications we have developed: a virtual keyboard, a brain game, and a mobile robot (emulating a motorized wheelchair). Finally, we discuss current research directions we are pursuing in order to improve the performance and robustness of our BCI system, especially for real-time control of brain-actuated robots.
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Projects Idiap
Authors Millán, José del R.
Ferrez, Pierre W.
Buttfield, Anna
Editors Dornhege, G.
Millán, José del R.
Hinterberger, T.
McFarland, D.
Müller, K. -R.
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