Improvement in EEG-Based Brain-Computer Communication by Use of Additional Recording LocationsBy Foster, M. Jameson McFarland, Dennis J. Wolpaw, Jonathan R. Wadsworth Center for Laboratories and Research, New York State Department of Health and State University of New York, Albany, NY; Proceedings of the RESNA '95 Annual Conference, Vol. 15
(Pages: 687-689) Publication Date: 1995
This study sought to determine if the incorporation of EEG signals from additional scalp locations into the algorithm that controls cursor movement could improve movement accuracy. The investigators stored EEG data from 64 scalp locations in subjects using the current one or two electrode brain control interface (BCI). This data was analyzed off-line in an attempt to determine better methods cursor control on-line. A photo shows data from scalp location electrode placement, and a table illustrates accuracy.
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