Computational Intelligence and Neuroscience / 2019 / Article / Fig 1

Research Article

Single-Trial Decoding of Scalp EEG under Natural Conditions

Figure 1

(a) Example of the experimental visual stimuli. First row contains animate trials from “sheep” and “cat” categories, and second row contains inanimate trials from “bench” and “boat” categories. (b) Experimental design of the visual stimuli presentation paradigm. The time course of the events is shown. Participants were shown a probe word before each category, and jittered interstimulus intervals consisting of a fixation cross were added between stimulus presentation. The experiment consisted of 690 unique trials in total, 23 categories of 30 trials, ordered randomly (both category- and image-wise) for each subject.

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