A brain-computer interface based on high-frequency steady-state asymmetric visual evoked potentials

EMBC, pp. 3090-3093, 2020.

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Abstract:

Steady State Visual Evoked Potentials (SSVEPs) have been widely used in Brain-Computer Interfaces (BCIs). SSVEP-BCIs have advantages of high classification accuracy, high information transfer rate, and strong anti-interference ability. Traditional studies mostly used low/medium frequency SSVEPs as system control signals. However, visual f...More

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