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One of the changes seen in electroencephalography (EEG) data preceding human voluntary movement is a cortical potential called readiness potential (RP). Detection of this potential can benefit researchers in clinical neurosciences for rehabilitation of malfunctioning brain and those working on brain-computer interfacing to develop a suitable mechanism to detect the intention of movement. Here, a constrained blind source extraction (CBSE) is attempted for detection of RP. A suitable constraintdoi:10.1109/tnsre.2012.2227278 pmid:23193324 fatcat:ymbx3lnfkfcefflorip22hrbjy