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Brain Computer Interface using EEG Sensors Based on an fMRI Experiment

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2 Author(s)
Sang Han Choi ; School of Electronic and Electrical Engineering Kyungpook National University, 1370 Sankyuk-Dong, Puk-Gu, Taegu 702-701, South Korea. email: ; Minho Lee

The brain computer interface (BCI) is a computer interface system which is based upon brain activity. In order to develop an efficient BCI system, we need to consider suitable settings of the mental tasks as well as the optimal location of the EEG sensors. We used an fMRI experiment in an attempt to determine those optimal settings. According to our experiment, there might be some relationships between fMRI experiment data and EEG data even though they have different physical properties. Based on the fMRI experiment with various kinds of mental task, we could find a possibility to enhance BCI system performance with small number of EEG sensors.

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The 2006 IEEE International Joint Conference on Neural Network Proceedings

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