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000146165 245__ $$aAugmenting Astronaut's Capabilities through Brain-Machine Interfaces
000146165 269__ $$a2007
000146165 260__ $$aHyderabad, India$$c2007
000146165 336__ $$aConference Papers
000146165 520__ $$aBrain-Machine Interfaces (BMIs) transform the brain activity of a human operator into executable commands that can be sent to a machine, usually a computer or robot, to perform intended tasks. In addition to current biomedical applications, available technology could also make feasible augmenting devices for space applications that could be promising means to improve astronauts' efficiency and capabilities. The implementation of artificial intelligence algorithms into the software architecture of present BMIs will be of crucial importance to guarantee a proper functionality of the device in the highly dynamic and unpredictable space environment.
000146165 700__ $$aBroschart, M.
000146165 700__ $$ade Negueruela, Christina
000146165 700__ $$0240030$$aMillán, José del R.$$g149175
000146165 700__ $$aMenon, C.
000146165 7112_ $$aProceedings of the 20th International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence, Workshop on Artificial Intelligence for Space Applications
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