Preliminary study for an offline hybrid BCI using sensorimotor rhythms and beta rebound

Abstract : Our goal is to build a training free BCI based on beta rebound detection and discrimination during the first stage of use, while the learning of the conventional sensorimotor rhythms is done. We show in this preliminary study that it is possible to use the beta rebound to discriminate, real and imagined, right versus left hand movement with ether no or very little training.
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Joan Fruitet, Maureen Clerc, Théodore Papadopoulo. Preliminary study for an offline hybrid BCI using sensorimotor rhythms and beta rebound. International Journal of bioelectromagnetism, International Society for Bioelectromagnetism, 2011, 13 (2), pp.70-71. ⟨hal-00727086⟩

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