BCI monitor enhances electroencephalographic and cerebral hemodynamic activations during motor training

IEEE Transactions on Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering, pp. 780-787, 2019.

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Abstract:

Motor imagery-based brain-computer interface (MI-BCI) controlling functional electrical stimulation (FES) is promising for disabled patients to restore their motor functions. However, it remains unclear how much the BCI part can contribute to the functional coupling between the brain and muscle. Specifically, whether it can enhance the ce...More

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