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Active Inference for Adaptive BCI: application to the P300 Speller

Abstract : Adaptive Brain-Computer interfaces (BCIs) have shown to improve performance, however a general and flexible framework to implement adaptive features is still lacking. We appeal to a generic Bayesian approach, called Active Inference (AI), to infer user's intentions or states and act in a way that optimizes performance. In realistic P300-speller simulations, AI outperforms traditional algorithms with an increase in bit rate between 18% and 59%, while offering a possibility of unifying various adaptive implementations within one generic framework.
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  • ARXIV : 1805.09109


Jelena Mladenović, Jérémy Frey, Emmanuel Maby, Mateus Joffily, Fabien Lotte, et al.. Active Inference for Adaptive BCI: application to the P300 Speller. International BCI meeting, May 2018, Asilomar, United States. 2018. ⟨hal-01796754⟩



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