Upper limb complex movements decoding from pre-movement EEG signals using wavelet common spatial patterns.

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Summary of "Upper limb complex movements decoding from pre-movement EEG signals using wavelet common spatial patterns."

Decoding functional movements from electroencephalographic (EEG) activity for motor disability rehabilitation is essential to develop home-use brain-computer interface systems. In this paper, the classification of five complex functional upper limb movements is studied by using only the pre-movement planning and preparation recordings of EEG data.


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Name: Computer methods and programs in biomedicine
ISSN: 1872-7565
Pages: 105076


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