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An electroencephalography (EEG)-based brain–computer interface (BCI) is a system that provides a pathway between the brain and external devices by interpreting EEG. EEG-based BCI applications have initially been developed for medical purposes, with the aim of facilitating the return of patients to normal life. In addition to the initial aim, EEG-based BCI applications have also gained increasing significance in the non-medical domain, improving the life of healthy people, for instance, bydoi:10.3390/s22093331 pmid:35591021 pmcid:PMC9101004 fatcat:gn6bt4uqavenzbu3nkt32de42m