Goal-recognition-based adaptive brain-computer interface for navigating immersive robotic systems

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Abu-Alqumsan, M.; Ebert, F.; Peer, A.;
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Objective: This work proposes principled strategies for self-adaptations in EEG-based Brain-computer interfaces (BCIs) as a way out of the bandwidth bottleneck resulting from the considerable mismatch between the low-bandwidth interface and the bandwidth-hungry applicat... View more
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