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2021, 2021 10th International IEEE EMBS Conference on Neural Engineering-Conference Proceedings, Pages -

Towards a hybrid EEG-EMG feature for the classification of upper limb movements: comparison of different processing pipelines (04b Atto di convegno in volume)

de Seta V., Toppi J., Pichiorri F., Masciullo M., Colamarino E., Mattia D., Cincotti F.

The functional connectivity between cortex and muscle during motor tasks can change after stroke. Motor rehabilitation aims at restoring it, either by re-establishing “close-to-normal” connectivity or supporting the development of alternative pathways. With the ultimate aim to design a rehabilitative approach based on a combination of Electroencephalographic (EEG) and Electromyographic (EMG) signals, we studied how different processing pipelines affect the extraction of a potential hybrid feature to discriminate movement tasks. Such feature will be employed in a novel hybrid Brain-Computer Interface system for motor-rehabilitation. In this setting, the control feature will be derived from a combined EEG and EMG connectivity pattern estimated online during upper limb movement attempts.
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