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NON INVASIVE INVESTIGATION OF SENSORIMOTOR CONTROL FOR FUTURE DEVELOPMENT OF BRAIN-MACHINE-INTERFACE (BMI)
(Plymouth University, 2014)
My thesis focuses on describing novel functional connectivity properties of the sensorimotor system that are of potential interest in the field of brain-machine interface. In particular, I have investigated how the ...
Visualisation Studio for the analysis of massive datasets
(Plymouth University, 2016)
This thesis describes the research underpinning and the development of a cross platform application for the analysis of simultaneously recorded multi-dimensional spike trains. These spike trains are believed to carry the ...