EEG-based online two-dimensional cursor control Conference

Huang, D, Lin, P, Fei, DY et al. (2009). EEG-based online two-dimensional cursor control . 4547-4550. 10.1109/IEMBS.2009.5332722

cited authors

  • Huang, D; Lin, P; Fei, DY; Chen, X; Bai, O

fiu authors

abstract

  • This study aims to explore whether human intentions to move or cease to move right and left hands can provide four spatiotemporal patterns in single-trial non-invasive EEG signals to achieve a two-dimensional cursor control. Subjects performed motor tasks by either physical movement or motor imagery. Spatial filtering, temporal filtering, feature selection and classification methods were explored to support accurate computer pattern recognition. The performance was evaluated by both offline classification and online two-dimensional cursor control. Event-related desynchronization (ERD) and post-movement event-related synchronization (ERS) were observed on the contralateral hemisphere to the moving hand for both physical movement and motor imagery. The offline classification of four motor tasks provided 10-fold cross-validation accuracy as high as 88% for physical movement and 73% for motor imagery. Subjects participating in experiments with physical movement were able to complete the online game with the average accuracy of 85.5±4.65%; Subjects participating in motor imagery study also completed the game successfully. The proposed brain-computer interface (BCI) provided a new practical multi-dimensional method by noninvasive EEG signal associated with human natural behavior, which does not need long-term training. ©2009 IEEE.

publication date

  • January 1, 2009

Digital Object Identifier (DOI)

International Standard Book Number (ISBN) 13

  • 9781424432967

start page

  • 4547

end page

  • 4550