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Brain Invaders Solo versus Collaboration: Multi-User P300-based Brain-Computer Interface Dataset (bi2014b)

Abstract : We describe the experimental procedures for a dataset that we have made publicly available at https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3267301 in mat and csv formats. This dataset contains electroencephalographic (EEG) recordings of 38 subjects playing in pair to the multiuser version of a visual P300-based Brain-Computer Interface (BCI) named Brain Invaders (Congedo et al., 2011). The interface uses the oddball paradigm on a grid of 36 symbols (1 Target, 35 Non-Target) that are flashed pseudo-randomly to elicit a P300 response, an evoked-potential appearing about 300ms after stimulation onset. EEG data were recorded using 32 active wet electrodes per subjects (total: 64 electrodes) during three randomized conditions (Solo1, Solo2, Collaboration). The experiment took place at GIPSA-lab, Grenoble, France, in 2014. Python code for manipulating the data is available at https://github.com/plcrodrigues/py.BI.EEG.2014b-GIPSA. The id of this database is bi2014b.
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Louis Korczowski, Ekaterina Ostaschenko, Anton Andreev, Grégoire Cattan, Pedro Luiz Coelho Rodrigues, et al.. Brain Invaders Solo versus Collaboration: Multi-User P300-based Brain-Computer Interface Dataset (bi2014b). [Research Report] GIPSA-lab. 2019. ⟨hal-02173958⟩

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