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Cross-subject Decoding of Eye Movement Goals from Local Field Potentials [article]

Marko Angjelichinoski, John Choi, Taposh Banerjee, Bijan Pesaran and Vahid Tarokh
2020 arXiv   pre-print
We consider the cross-subject decoding problem from local field potential (LFP) signals, where training data collected from the prefrontal cortex (PFC) of a source subject is used to decode intended motor  ...  We apply our data centering technique with linear transfer functions for cross-subject decoding of eye movement intentions in an experiment where two macaque monkeys perform memory-guided visual saccades  ...  INTRODUCTION Recent advances in neural engineering have shown that local field potential (LFP) signals collected from the prefrontal cortex (PFC) of a subject via chronically implanted microelectrode arrays  ... 
arXiv:1911.03540v3 fatcat:7wl5sa4snneuxkqygfdezr4m7u

Single Trial Decoding of Movement Intentions Using Functional Ultrasound Neuroimaging [article]

Sumner L Norman, David Maresca, Vasileios N Christopoulos, Whitney S Griggs, Charlie Demene, Mickael Tanter, Mikhail G. Shapiro, Richard A Andersen
2020 biorxiv/medrxiv   pre-print
These results demonstrate the ability of fUS-based neural interfaces to take advantage of the excellent spatiotemporal resolution, sensitivity, and field of view of ultrasound without breaching the dura  ...  Here, we show that a minimally invasive neuroimaging approach based on functional ultrasound (fUS) imaging can be used to detect and decode movement intention signals usable for BMI.  ...  DM was supported by a Human Frontiers Science Program Cross-Disciplinary Postdoctoral Fellowship (Award No. LT000637/2016).  ... 
doi:10.1101/2020.05.12.086132 fatcat:vzzwbf272re6ddb7zzq4ugwcmu

Decoding the covert shift of spatial attention from electroencephalographic signals permits reliable control of a brain-computer interface [article]

Christoph Reichert, Stefan Duerschmid, Mandy V. Bartsch, Jens-Max Hopf, Hans-Jochen Heinze, Hermann Hinrichs
2020 biorxiv/medrxiv   pre-print
Approach: We present a new method to decode from the electroencephalogram (EEG) covert shifts of attention to one out of four targets simultaneously presented in the left and right visual field.  ...  Many approaches depend on gaze-direction to focus the target, which is also not a viable approach in many cases, because eye movements might be impaired in potential users.  ...  Acknowledgments The authors declare that there is no conflict of interest regarding the publication of this article.  ... 
doi:10.1101/2020.07.29.226456 fatcat:tutdeb2fbvex3kojiu2qhk37te

Where One Hand Meets the Other: Limb-Specific and Action-Dependent Movement Plans Decoded from Preparatory Signals in Single Human Frontoparietal Brain Areas

J. P. Gallivan, D. A. McLean, J. R. Flanagan, J. C. Culham
2013 Journal of Neuroscience  
Planning object-directed hand actions requires successful integration of the movement goal with the acting limb.  ...  the ipsilateral limb than expected from previous fMRI findings.  ...  Cross-decoding further revealed the presence of actionspecific, limb-independent preparatory signals in L-PMd (Fig. 6 , blue bars in cross-decoding plots), commensurate with the more abstract goal-related  ... 
doi:10.1523/jneurosci.0541-12.2013 pmid:23365237 pmcid:PMC6619126 fatcat:odwsetwzmfgwthv72w62akcal4

Optimizing the Decoding of Movement Goals from Local Field Potentials in Macaque Cortex

D. A. Markowitz, Y. T. Wong, C. M. Gray, B. Pesaran
2011 Journal of Neuroscience  
We decode eye movement goals from local field potentials (LFPs) and multiunit spiking activity recorded across a range of depths up to 3 mm from the cortical surface.  ...  The successful development of motor neuroprosthetic devices hinges on the ability to accurately and reliably decode signals from the brain.  ...  . • Decoding Goals from Field Potentials • J. Neurosci., December 14, 2011 • 31(50):18412-18422 Markowitz et al. • Decoding Goals from Field Potentials  ... 
doi:10.1523/jneurosci.4165-11.2011 pmid:22171043 pmcid:PMC3315593 fatcat:dacyybjjzze4rdqoc37oxivp7e

Deep Cross-Subject Mapping of Neural Activity [article]

Marko Angjelichinoski, Bijan Pesaran, Vahid Tarokh
2022 arXiv   pre-print
In this paper, we consider the problem of cross-subject decoding, where neural activity data collected from the prefrontal cortex of a given subject (destination) is used to decode motor intentions from  ...  The results show a peak cross-subject decoding improvement of 8% over subject-specific decoding. Conclusion.  ...  We evaluate our approach on the problem of decoding eye movement goals from local field potentials (LFPs) collected in macaque lateral prefrontal cortex, while the subjects perform memory-guided visual  ... 
arXiv:2007.06407v3 fatcat:yxl2tksa55gvjhlmzl5l6sudfu

Inferring hand movement kinematics from MEG, EEG and intracranial EEG: From brain-machine interfaces to motor rehabilitation

K. Jerbi, J.R. Vidal, J. Mattout, E. Maby, F. Lecaignard, T. Ossandon, C.M. Hamamé, S.S. Dalal, R. Bouet, J.-P. Lachaux, R.M. Leahy, S. Baillet (+3 others)
2011 IRBM  
First, a growing body of research over the last decade has shown that the local field potential (LFP) signal, which represents the summed activity of a neuronal population, can encode movement parameters  ...  Invasive BMI systems can successfully decode movement trajectories from the spiking activity of neurons in primary motor cortex and posterior parietal cortex.  ...  While most studies have used single unit activity (SUA) to decode movement parameters, a growing body of research in recent years suggests that multi-unit activity (MUA) and Local Field Potential (LFP)  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.irbm.2010.12.004 fatcat:ywwpr6wqmzav3gmkptexncpiiq

Spatial selectivity in human ventrolateral prefrontal cortex

Daniel S Rizzuto, Adam N Mamelak, William W Sutherling, Igor Fineman, Richard A Andersen
2005 Nature Neuroscience  
Recordings from single units in monkey dorsolateral PFC show spatial selectivity with respect to eye movements 3 , whereas human functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) shows increased activation  ...  Subjects 2 and 3 showed spatial selectivity in vPF during target presentation (8 of 12 electrodes across the three subjects; P o 0.01).  ...  The authors acknowledge support from the US Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, National Eye Institute, the Boswell Foundation, Office of Naval Research and National Institute of Neurological Disorders  ... 
doi:10.1038/nn1424 pmid:15768035 fatcat:y44zmhvwprgahiznypwvrrwhfi

Decoding Effector-Dependent and Effector-Independent Movement Intentions from Human Parieto-Frontal Brain Activity

J. P. Gallivan, D. A. McLean, F. W. Smith, J. C. Culham
2011 Journal of Neuroscience  
Our present understanding of the neural mechanisms and sensorimotor transformations that govern the planning of arm and eye movements predominantly come from invasive parieto-frontal neural recordings  ...  Subjects performed an event-related delayed movement task requiring that a reach or saccade be planned and executed toward one of two spatial target positions.  ...  The means across subjects of this cross trial-type decoding approach are reported in Figure 5 .  ... 
doi:10.1523/jneurosci.1058-11.2011 pmid:22114283 pmcid:PMC6623835 fatcat:vieddlyqqrg6njv5hyivw4zpxq

Electrical neuroimaging of single trials to identify laterality and brain regions involved in finger movements

Rolando Grave de Peralta, Theodor Landis, Sara Gonzalez Andino
2009 Journal of Physiology - Paris  
substantial information over short analysis windows; (2) using spectral analysis procedures that minimize the variance of the estimates; and (3) transforming EEG recorded activity into local field potential  ...  of upcoming hand movements.  ...  This paper only reflects the authors' views and funding agencies are not liable for any use that may be made of the information contained herein.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jphysparis.2009.07.004 pmid:19631271 fatcat:glsdckmc6fdbdn5whpbe2izcvu

Predicting Reaching Targets from Human EEG

Paul Hammon, Scott Makeig, Howard Poizner, Emanuel Todorov, Virginia De Sa
2008 IEEE Signal Processing Magazine  
To the best of our knowledge, this is the first demonstration of decoding (planned) reach targets from EEG.  ...  We discuss the application of independent component analysis and dipole fitting for removing movement artifacts.  ...  Acknowledgements We thank Julie Onton and Miro Enev for assistance with movement decoding and data analysis, and Andrey Vankov for assistance with data acquisition.  ... 
doi:10.1109/msp.2008.4408443 fatcat:d26wbnnxmvhu3pqoz4qrvazzdq

Other people's gaze encoded as implied motion in the human brain

Arvid Guterstam, Andrew I. Wilterson, Davis Wachtell, Michael S. A. Graziano
2020 Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America  
from the eyes.  ...  We found that a classifier, trained to discriminate the direction of visual motion, significantly decoded the gaze direction in static images depicting a sighted face, but not a blindfolded one, from brain  ...  A.G. was supported by the Wenner-Gren Foundation, the Swedish Society of Medicine, and the Foundation Blanceflor. We thank Sam Nastase for valuable input regarding the multivoxel pattern analysis.  ... 
doi:10.1073/pnas.2003110117 pmid:32457153 fatcat:7wzkwf5xfvbkfgi44m2e5edzni

Planning Ahead: Object-Directed Sequential Actions Decoded from Human Frontoparietal and Occipitotemporal Networks

Jason P. Gallivan, Ingrid S. Johnsrude, J. Randall Flanagan
2015 Cerebral Cortex  
of movement.  ...  Notably, we found that similar sequence-related information could also be decoded from pre-movement signals in object-and body-selective occipitotemporal cortex (OTC).  ...  Conflict of Interest: None declared.  ... 
doi:10.1093/cercor/bhu302 pmid:25576538 pmcid:PMC4712801 fatcat:zld6ozgwrfdz5lyrn3yu7266je

Neural Dynamics Underlying Target Detection in the Human Brain

A. K. Bansal, R. Madhavan, Y. Agam, A. Golby, J. R. Madsen, G. Kreiman
2014 Journal of Neuroscience  
We examined how target detection modulates visual recognition signals by recording intracranial field potential responses from 776 electrodes in 10 epileptic human subjects.  ...  Sensory signals must be interpreted in the context of goals and tasks. To detect a target in an image, the brain compares input signals and goals to elicit the correct behavior.  ...  A potential interpretation of the target modulation effects could arise from differential patterns of eye movements between target present and target absent trials.  ... 
doi:10.1523/jneurosci.3781-13.2014 pmid:24553944 pmcid:PMC3931508 fatcat:3venl3kf3rborjffq6owreagsi

Differential representation of arm movement direction in relation to cortical anatomy and function

Tonio Ball, Andreas Schulze-Bonhage, Ad Aertsen, Carsten Mehring
2009 Journal of Neural Engineering  
This gradient was observed for decoding from movement-related potentials, and from spectral amplitude modulations in low frequencies and in the high gamma band.  ...  Here we provide a topographic analysis of the information related to arm movement direction that can be extracted from single trials of electrocorticographic (ECoG) signals recorded from the human frontal  ...  Acknowledgments The WIN-Kolleg of the Heidelberg Academy of Sciences and Humanities and the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF-DIP METACOMP and BMBF grant 01GQ0420 to the BCCN Freiburg  ... 
doi:10.1088/1741-2560/6/1/016006 pmid:19155551 fatcat:tkzhbpssw5fg3kp7v3pzsmljkq
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