Optimizing the P300-Based Brain-Computer Interface: Current Status, Limitations and Future Directions
This paper summarizes the presentations and discussions at a workshop held during the Fourth International BCI Meeting charged with reviewing and evaluating the current state, limitations and future development of P300-based brain-computer interface (P300-BCI) systems. We reviewed such issues as potential users, recording methods, stimulus presentation paradigms, feature extraction and classification algorithms, and applications. A summary of the discussions and the panel's recommendations for each of these aspects are presented.
Mak, J. N.; Arbel, Y.; Minett, J. W.; McCane, L. M.; Yuksel, B.; Ryan, D.; Thompson, D.; Bianchi, L.; and Erdogmus, D.. 2011. Optimizing the P300-Based Brain-Computer Interface: Current Status, Limitations and Future Directions. Journal of Neural Engineering. Vol.8(2). https://doi.org/10.1088/1741-2560/8/2/025003 PMID: 21436525 ISSN: 1741-2560