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An improvement of the information transfer rate of brain-computer communication is necessary for the creation of more powerful and convenient applications. This paper presents an asynchronously controlled three-class brain-computer interface-based spelling device [virtual keyboard (VK)], operated by spontaneous electroencephalogram and modulated by motor imagery. Of the first results of three able-bodied subjects operating the VK, two were successful, showing an improvement of the spelling rate /spl sigma/, the number of correctly spelled letters/min, up to /spl sigma/=3.38 (average /spl sigma/=1.99).
|Journal||IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering|
|Publication status||Published - 2004|
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Brain-Computer Interfaces (Graz-BCI)
Keinrath, C., Zimmermann, D., Neuper, C., Pfurtscheller, G., Müller-Putz, G., Scherer, R., Leeb, R., Brunner, C., Höfler, E. & Bauernfeind, G.
1/01/92 → …
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Virtual Reality for Brain Computer Interface
Schlögl, A., Scherer, R., Pfurtscheller, G., Lee, F. Y. & Bischof, H.
1/05/03 → 31/10/06
Project: Research project