Biomimetic and biofeedback approaches for brain machine interface

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  2. Dr Kianoush Nazarpour
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Author(s)Nazarpour K, Jackson A
Publication type Conference Proceedings (inc. Abstract)
Conference NameAPSIPA Annual Summit and Conference 2010
Conference LocationSingapore
Year of Conference2010
Source Publication Date14-17 December 2010
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In this paper, we elaborate on the distinction between classic approaches towards brain machine interface (BMI), that is Biomimetic and Biofeedback, and discuss their advantagesand disadvantages. For biomimetic BMI, we briefly report results of a novel constrained Kalman filtering-optimization mechanism for prediction of myoelectric signals from neural spike recordings in a behaving macaque monkey. For the Biofeedback BMI, we review early works on operant conditioning and our recent results on emulating BMI by a myoelectric control interface.