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Extracting wavelet based neural features from human intracortical recordings for neuroprosthetics applications

Bioelectronic Medicine · 4:11 · 2018
Understanding the long-term behavior of intracortically-recorded signals is essential for improving the performance of Brain Computer Interfaces. However, few studies have systematically investigated chronic neural recordings from an implanted microelectrode array in the human brain.

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