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Usability and Workload of Access Technology for People With Severe Motor Impairment: A Comparison of Brain-Computer Interfacing and Eye Tracking.

Bibliographic reference Pasqualotto, Emanuele ; Matuz, Tamara ; Federici, Stefano ; Ruf, Carolin A ; Bartl, Mathias ; et. al. Usability and Workload of Access Technology for People With Severe Motor Impairment: A Comparison of Brain-Computer Interfacing and Eye Tracking.. In: Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair, Vol. Epub ahead of print, no.Epub ahead of print, p. Epub ahead of print (2015)
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