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A high performing brain-machine interface driven by low-frequency local field potentials alone and together with spikes

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Feb 27, 2015

Sergey D. StaviskyKrishna V. Shenoy

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Objective. Brain-machine interfaces (BMIs) seek to enable people with movement disabilities to directly control prosthetic systems with their neural activity. Current high performance BMIs are driven by action potentials (spikes), but access to this signal often diminishes as sensors de...read more

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Field Study
Macaca
PACS1 protein, human
Postsynaptic Potentials
Evaluation
Decodes
Brain
Action Potentials
Motor-potential Function
Signal Transduction
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  • A high performing brain-machine interface driven by low-frequency local field potentials alone and together with spikes

    bioRxiv

    Feb 27, 2015

    Sergey D. StaviskyKrishna V. Shenoy

    PMID: 990015750

    DOI: 10.1101/015750

    Abstract

    Objective. Brain-machine interfaces (BMIs) seek to enable people with movement disabilities to directly control prosthetic systems with their neural activity. Current high performance BMIs are driven by action potentials (spikes), but access to this signal often diminishes as sensors de...read more

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    Field Study
    Macaca
    PACS1 protein, human
    Postsynaptic Potentials
    Evaluation
    3

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