Two-stage regression of high-density scalp electroencephalograms visualizes force regulation signaling during muscle contraction.

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Summary of "Two-stage regression of high-density scalp electroencephalograms visualizes force regulation signaling during muscle contraction."

A critical feature for the maintenance of precise skeletal muscle force production by the human brain is its ability to configure motor function activity dynamically and adaptively in response to visual and somatosensory information. Existing studies have concluded that not only the sensorimotor area but also distributed cortical areas act cooperatively in the generation of motor commands for voluntary force production to the desired level. However, less attention has been paid to such physiological mechanisms in conventional brain-computer interface (BCI) design and implementation. We proposed a new, physiologically inspired two-stage decoding method to see its contribution on accuracy improvement of BCI.


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Name: Journal of neural engineering
ISSN: 1741-2552


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