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Motor Imagery Electroencephalogram (MI-EEG) signals are widely used in Brain-Computer Interfaces (BCI). MI-EEG signals of large limbs movements have been explored in recent researches because they deliver relevant classification rates for BCI systems. However, smaller and noisy signals corresponding to hand-finger imagined movements are less frequently used because they are difficult to classify. This study proposes a method for decoding finger imagined movements of the right hand. For thisdoi:10.3390/math9243297 fatcat:5uacyepjgbhwpetezpfbrabluu