By Christoph Guger, Gernot Müller-Putz, Brendan Allison
This e-book describes ten of the main promising brain-computer-interface (BCI) tasks to have emerged in recent times. BCI learn is constructing speedy, with many new rules, learn teams, and better applied sciences. BCIs allow humans to speak simply by considering – with none stream in any respect. numerous diversified teams have helped seriously disabled clients speak with BCIs, and BCI expertise can also be being prolonged to facilitate restoration from stroke, epilepsy, and different conditions.
Each yr, 1000s of the pinnacle BCI scientists, engineers, medical professionals, and different visionaries compete for the main prestigious honor within the BCI examine neighborhood: the yearly BCI Award. The 2014 BCI Award festival used to be back aggressive, with sixty nine learn teams vying for a nomination. This e-book summarizes the 2014 BCI Award, together with the 10 tasks that have been nominated, the winner, and analyses and discussions of the submitted initiatives and the way they mirror basic developments in BCI improvement. every one of those ten teams offers a bankruptcy summarizing their nominated undertaking, together with an creation, description of equipment, effects, and more moderen paintings accomplished after the undertaking was once submitted. consequently, this publication presents a state of the art evaluation of the latest BCI examine developments, from most sensible teams, in a simple to learn structure with quite a few helping photos, graphs, and figures.
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