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000181698 245__ $$aBrain-Controlled Wheelchairs: A Robotic Architecture
000181698 269__ $$a2013
000181698 260__ $$bInstitute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers$$c2013
000181698 336__ $$aJournal Articles
000181698 500__ $$aThe original accepted preprint was entitiled: "The Robotic Architecture of an Asynchronous Brain–Actuated Wheelchair"
000181698 520__ $$aIndependent mobility is core to being able to perform activities of daily living by oneself. However, powered wheelchairs are not an option for a large number of people who are unable to use conventional interfaces, due to severe motor–disabilities. Non-invasive brain–computer interfaces (BCIs) offer a promising solution to this interaction problem and in this article we present a shared control architecture that couples the intelligence and desires of the user with the precision of a powered wheelchair. We show how four healthy subjects are able to master control of the wheelchair using an asynchronous motor–imagery based BCI protocol and how this results in a higher overall task performance, compared with alternative synchronous P300–based approaches.
000181698 6531_ $$aBrain Computer Interface
000181698 6531_ $$aWheelchair
000181698 6531_ $$aRobotics
000181698 700__ $$0244057$$g206121$$aCarlson, Tom
000181698 700__ $$aMillán, José del R.$$0240030$$g149175
000181698 773__ $$j20$$tIEEE Robotics and Automation Magazine$$k1$$q65-73
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