High Accuracy Decoding of Movement Target Direction in Non-Human Primates Based on Common Spatial Patterns of Local Field Potentials


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Ince N. F. , Gupta R., ARICA S. , Tewfik A. H. , Ashe J., Pellizzer G.

PLOS ONE, cilt.5, 2010 (SCI İndekslerine Giren Dergi) identifier identifier identifier

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Background: The current development of brain-machine interface technology is limited, among other factors, by concerns about the long-term stability of single-and multi-unit neural signals. In addition, the understanding of the relation between potentially more stable neural signals, such as local field potentials, and motor behavior is still in its early stages.