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The IEEE P2731 working group has spent much of 2020 working on a lexicography for Brain Computer Interface research. Concomitant with that glossary, has been work on a functional model for BCI. This special issue contains articles written by teams of the P2731 working group, each focusing on a...
The description of Brain-Computer Interfaces (BCI) can lead to confusion because of the high heterogeneity of devices, protocols, and applications. Besides, different professional categories are involved: end-users, clinicians, therapists, and engineers; each one having different conceptions of...
The development of Brain–Computer Interfaces (BCIs) requires specialists in various fields, including engineering, computer science, medicine and neuroscience. Each of these disciplines possesses a specific and sometimes differing terminology, which creates obstacles to mutual understanding and...
The development of Brain-Computer Interfaces (BCI) gathers experts and specialists in various fields, such as engineering, computer science, medicine, or cognitive neuroscience. Each of these disciplines has specific terminology, which makes mutual understanding and research collaboration...
A Brain-Computer Interface (BCI) can be considered as a technology that allows for alternative means of communication between humans and their environment using thoughts and intentions. The structure of this interface is composed of various stages, beginning with the acquisition of the brain...
The IEEE P2731 working group is in the process of developing a functional model so that virtually any BCI system could be described according to it. In this paper, we want to stimulate the discussion for the definition and selection of the information that should be stored in a file for...
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