Brain-Computer Interface Research: A State-Of-The-Art Summary 7 (Springerbriefs in Electrical and Computer Engineering) (Paperback)
Brain-Computer Interface Research: A State-of-the-Art Summary.- Gold Standard for epilepsy/tumor surgery coupled with deep learning offers independence to a promising functional mapping modality.- Online adaptive synchronous BCI system with attention variations.- Using a BCI prosthetic hand to control phantom limb pain.- Restoration of finger and arm movements using hybrid brain/neural assistive technology in everyday life environments.- Rethinking BCI Paradigm and Machine Learning Algorithm as a Symbiosis: Zero Calibration, Guaranteed Convergence and High Decoding Performance.-Targeted up-conditioning of contralesional corticospinal pathways promotes motor recovery in poststroke patients with severe chronic hemiplegia.- Targeted up-conditioning of contralesional corticospinal pathways promotes motor recovery in poststroke patients with severe chronic hemiplegia.- High Performance BCI in Controlling an Avatar Using the Missing Hand Representation in Long Term Amputees.- Can BCI paradigms induce feelings of agency and responsibility overmovements?.- Recent Advances in Brain-Computer Interface Research - A Summary of the 2017 BCI Award and BCI Research Trends.
Christoph Guger is leading several international research projects in the invasive and non-invasive BCI domain. Brendan Allison is an expert for non-invasive BCI applications and worked with BCIs for more than 20 years. Natalie Mrachacz-Kersting is an expert on BCIs for neurorehabilitation and assessment of the brain.