Toward a P300-based Computer InterfaceBy Polikoff, James B. Bunnill, H. Timothy Borkowski Jr., Winslow J. Applied Science and Engineering Laboratories, Alfred I. duPont Institute/University of Delaware, Wilmington, DE; Proceedings of the RESNA '95 Annual Conference, Vol. 15
(Pages: 678-680) Publication Date: 1995
This article describes research into the use of the P300 event-related potential (ERP) as a control signal in a computer interface for locked-in patients. The aim is to have the P300 ERP control a screen cursor. EEG scalp electrode signals were measured in subjects who were presented with a target-detection task on a computer screen. Variables such as target on-time, ISI, null target inclusion, and trial averaging were manipulated and the results are discussed in terms of rate vs accuracy. Graphs illustrate the results.
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