The Utah Intracortical Electrode Array as a Possible Motor Cortex InterfaceBy Maynard, Edwin M. Nordhausen, Craig T. Normann, Richard A. University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT; Proceedings of the RESNA '95 Annual Conference, Vol. 15
(Pages: 667-669) Publication Date: 1995
This paper examines the use of the Utah Intercortical Electrode Array as a possible motor cortex interface for the control of neuroprosthetic devices. In tests with implanted electrode arrays in cats, the dependence of spatial and temporal characteristics of a typical multi-unit response to thresholding are investigated. Results from these tests are combined in the evaluation of the performance of a simple eye tracking task using neural information recorded from the visual cortex. Graphs and charts illustrate the results.
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