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Effects of stimulation frequency and stimulation waveform on steady state visual evoked potentials using computer monitor.

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Summary of "Effects of stimulation frequency and stimulation waveform on steady state visual evoked potentials using computer monitor."

Visual stimulator takes a vital part in brain-computer interfaces (BCIs) based on steady-state visual evoked potential (SSVEP). The properties of visual stimulation such as frequency, color, and waveform will influence SSVEP-based BCI performance to some extent. Recently, the computer monitor serves as a visual stimulator that is widespread in SSVEP-based BCIs because of its great flexibility in generating visual stimuli. However, stimulation properties based on computer monitor has received fairly little attention. For a better comprehension of SSVEPs, this study explored the stimulation effects of waveforms and frequencies, when evoking SSVEPs through a computer monitor.

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Name: Journal of neural engineering
ISSN: 1741-2552
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