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The BCI Competition 2003: progress and perspectives in detection and discrimination of EEG single trials

Blankertz, Benjamin ; Müller, Klaus-Robert ; Curio, Gabriel ; Vaughan, Theresa M ; Schalk, Gerwin ; Wolpaw, Jonathan R ; Schlögl, Alois ; Neuper, Christa ; Pfurtscheller, Gert ; Hinterberger, Thilo ; Schröder, Michael ; Birbaumer, Niels

IEEE transactions on bio-medical engineering, June 2004, Vol.51(6), pp.1044-51 [Tạp chí có phản biện]

ISSN: 0018-9294 ; PMID: 15188876 Version:1

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    The BCI Competition 2003: progress and perspectives in detection and discrimination of EEG single trials
  • Tác giả: Blankertz, Benjamin ; Müller, Klaus-Robert ; Curio, Gabriel ; Vaughan, Theresa M ; Schalk, Gerwin ; Wolpaw, Jonathan R ; Schlögl, Alois ; Neuper, Christa ; Pfurtscheller, Gert ; Hinterberger, Thilo ; Schröder, Michael ; Birbaumer, Niels
  • Chủ đề: Algorithms ; Artificial Intelligence ; Brain ; Evoked Potentials ; User-Computer Interface ; Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis -- Physiopathology ; Electroencephalography -- Methods
  • Là 1 phần của: IEEE transactions on bio-medical engineering, June 2004, Vol.51(6), pp.1044-51
  • Mô tả: Interest in developing a new method of man-to-machine communication--a brain-computer interface (BCI)--has grown steadily over the past few decades. BCIs create a new communication channel between the brain and an output device by bypassing conventional motor output pathways of nerves and muscles. These systems use signals recorded from the scalp, the surface of the cortex, or from inside the brain to enable users to control a variety of applications including simple word-processing software and orthotics. BCI technology could therefore provide a new communication and control option for individuals who cannot otherwise express their wishes to the outside world. Signal processing and classification methods are essential tools in the development of improved BCI technology. We organized the BCI Competition 2003 to evaluate the current state of the art of these tools. Four laboratories well versed in EEG-based BCI research provided six data sets in a documented format. We made these data sets (i.e., labeled training sets and unlabeled test sets) and their descriptions available on the Internet. The goal in the competition was to maximize the performance measure for the test labels. Researchers worldwide tested their algorithms and competed for the best classification results. This paper describes the six data sets and the results and function of the most successful algorithms.
  • Ngôn ngữ: English
  • Số nhận dạng: ISSN: 0018-9294 ; PMID: 15188876 Version:1

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