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Missing kinaesthesia challenges precise naturalistic cortical prosthetic control

bioRxiv

May 6, 2014

Ferran GalánStuart N Baker

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A major assumption of brain-machine interface (BMI) research is that patients with disconnected neural pathways can still volitionally recall precise motor commands that could be decoded for naturalistic prosthetic control. However, the disconnected condition of these patients also bloc...read more

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Missing kinaesthesia challenges precise naturalistic cortical prosthetic control

bioRxiv

May 6, 2014

Ferran GalánStuart N Baker

PMID: 990004861

DOI: 10.1101/004861

Abstract

A major assumption of brain-machine interface (BMI) research is that patients with disconnected neural pathways can still volitionally recall precise motor commands that could be decoded for naturalistic prosthetic control. However, the disconnected condition of these patients also bloc...read more

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Electroencephalography
Neuroma
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