Perturbation-evoked potentials: Future usage in human-machine interaction

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Brain-computer interfaces (BCIs) can be used to improve human-machine interactions (HMIs) by providing implicit information about the mental state. We introduce a brain activity, perturbation-evoked potentials (PEPs), that was not yet investigated in the context of BCIs although it has the required properties. An experimental setup for studying PEPs is proposed and validated and two possible use cases for this brain activity are introduced.




Ditz, J. C., & Müller-Putz, G. R. (2020). Perturbation-evoked potentials: Future usage in human-machine interaction. In Lecture Notes in Information Systems and Organisation (Vol. 32, pp. 271–277). Springer.

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