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Sources of Electrical Brain Activity Most Relevant to Performance of Brain-Computer Interface Based on Motor Imagery

By Alexander Frolov, Dušan Húsek, Pavel Bobrov, Olesya Mokienko and Jaroslav Tintera

Submitted: July 17th 2012Reviewed: November 21st 2012Published: June 5th 2013

DOI: 10.5772/55166

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Alexander Frolov, Dušan Húsek, Pavel Bobrov, Olesya Mokienko and Jaroslav Tintera (June 5th 2013). Sources of Electrical Brain Activity Most Relevant to Performance of Brain-Computer Interface Based on Motor Imagery, Brain-Computer Interface Systems Reza Fazel-Rezai, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/55166. Available from:

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