A sensorimotor rhythm based goal selection brain-computer interface

Audrey S. Royer, Andrew McCullough, Bin He

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Abstract

Different control strategies exist for use in a brain-computer interface (BCI). Although process control is the prevailing control strategy for most sensorimotor rhythm based BCIs, the goal selection strategy more closely resembles normal motor control and may be more accurate, faster to use, and easier to learn. We describe here a sensorimotor rhythm based goal selection BCI and a pilot study to compare it with process control strategy in terms of accuracy and speed of use. In both trained and naïve subjects studied, goal selection outperformed process control.

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  • Journal Article
  • Research Support, N.I.H., Extramural

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