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A brain-computer interface (BCI) establishes an instantaneous output channel among the human mind and exterior units. BCIs infer consumer reason through direct measures of mind job and hence permit verbal exchange and regulate with out flow. This ebook, authored by way of specialists within the box, presents an available creation to the neurophysiological and signal-processing historical past required for BCI, offers state of the art non-invasive and invasive ways, offers an outline of present and software program suggestions, and stories the main attention-grabbing in addition to new, rising BCI functions. The publication is meant not just for college students and younger researchers, but in addition for beginners and different readers from assorted backgrounds willing to profit approximately this very important medical endeavour.

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