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Recent Advances in Brain-Computer Interface Systems

Edited by Reza Fazel-Rezai

University of North Dakota, United States of America

Brain Computer Interface (BCI) technology provides a direct electronic interface and can convey messages and commands directly from the human brain to a computer. BCI technology involves monitoring conscious brain electrical activity via electroencephalogram (EEG) signals and detecting characteristics of EEG patterns via digital signal processing algorithms that the user generates to communicate. It has the potential to enable the physically disabled to perform many activities, thus improving their quality of life and productivity, allowing them more independence and reducing social costs. The challenge with BCI, however, is to extract the relevant patterns from the EEG signals produced by the brain each second. Recently, there has been a great progress in the development of novel paradigms for EEG signal recording, advanced methods for processing them, new applications for BCI systems and complete software and hardware packages used for BCI applications. In this book a few recent advances in these areas are discussed.

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Recent Advances in Brain-Computer Interface SystemsEdited by Reza Fazel-Rezai

Published: February 4th 2011

DOI: 10.5772/579

ISBN: 978-953-307-175-6

eBook (PDF) ISBN: 978-953-51-5978-0

Copyright year: 2011

Books open for chapter submissions

31915 Total Chapter Downloads

25 Crossref Citations

43 Web of Science Citations

43 Dimensions Citations


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1. Hardware/Software Components and Applications of BCIs

By Christoph Guger, Günter Edlinger and Gunther Krausz


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2. Applied Advanced Classifiers for Brain Computer Interface

By José Luis Martínez, Antonio Barrientos


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3. Feature Extraction by Mutual Information Based on Minimal-Redundancy-Maximal-Relevance Criterion and Its Application to Classifying EEG Signal for Brain-Computer Interfaces

By Abbas Erfanian, Farid Oveisi and Ali Shadvar


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4. P300-based Brain-Computer Interface Paradigm Design

By Reza Fazel-Rezai and Waqas Ahmad


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5. Brain Computer Interface Based on the Flash Onset and Offset Visual Evoked Potentials

By Po-Lei Lee, Yu-Te Wu, Kuo-Kai Shyu and Jen-Chuen Hsieh


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6. Usability of Transient VEPs in BCIs

By Natsue Yoshimura and Naoaki Itakura


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7. Visuo-Motor Tasks in a Brain-Computer Interface Analysis

By Vito Logar and Aleš Belič


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8. A Two Dimensional Brain-Computer Interface Associated with Human Natural Motor Control

By Dandan Huang, Xuedong Chen, Ding-Yu Fei and Ou Bai


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9. Advances in Non-Invasive Brain Computer Interfaces for Control and Biometry

By Nuno Figueiredo, Filipe Silva, Pétia Georgieva and Ana Tomé


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10. State-of-the-Art in BCI Research: BCI Award 2010

By Christoph Guger et al.


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