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Andrés Úbeda
Andrés Úbeda
Associate Professor, HUman RObotics (HURO), University of Alicante
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SVM-based brain–machine interface for controlling a robot arm through four mental tasks
E Hortal, D Planelles, A Costa, E Iánez, A Úbeda, JM Azorín, E Fernández
Neurocomputing 151, 116-121, 2015
1702015
Visual evoked potential-based brain–machine interface applications to assist disabled people
JLS Blasco, E Iánez, A Ubeda, JM Azorín
Expert Systems with Applications 39 (9), 7908-7918, 2012
1502012
Mental tasks-based brain–robot interface
E Iáñez, JM Azorín, A Úbeda, JM Ferrández, E Fernández
Robotics and Autonomous Systems 58 (12), 1238-1245, 2010
1132010
Wireless and portable EOG-based interface for assisting disabled people
A Ubeda, E Ianez, JM Azorin
IEEE/ASME Transactions on mechatronics 16 (5), 870-873, 2011
1042011
Classification of upper limb center-out reaching tasks by means of EEG-based continuous decoding techniques
A Úbeda, JM Azorín, R Chavarriaga, J R. Millán
Journal of neuroengineering and rehabilitation 14, 1-14, 2017
722017
Central nervous system modulates the neuromechanical delay in a broad range for the control of muscle force
A Del Vecchio, A Ubeda, M Sartori, JM Azorin, F Felici, D Farina
Journal of applied physiology 125 (5), 1404-1410, 2018
662018
Evaluating classifiers to detect arm movement intention from EEG signals
D Planelles, E Hortal, Á Costa, A Úbeda, E Iáñez, JM Azorín
Sensors 14 (10), 18172-18186, 2014
632014
Decoding the attentional demands of gait through EEG gamma band features
Á Costa, E Iáñez, A Úbeda, E Hortal, AJ Del-Ama, A Gil-Agudo, JM Azorín
PLoS one 11 (4), e0154136, 2016
562016
Assistive robot application based on an RFID control architecture and a wireless EOG interface
E Iáñez, A Úbeda, JM Azorín, C Perez-Vidal
Robotics and Autonomous Systems 60 (8), 1069-1077, 2012
482012
EEG-based detection of starting and stopping during gait cycle
E Hortal, A Úbeda, E Iáñez, JM Azorín, E Fernández
International journal of neural systems 26 (07), 1650029, 2016
452016
Control of a 2 DoF robot using a Brain–Machine Interface
E Hortal, A Ubeda, E Ianez, JM Azorin
Computer methods and programs in biomedicine 116 (2), 169-176, 2014
422014
Combining a brain–machine interface and an electrooculography interface to perform pick and place tasks with a robotic arm
E Hortal, E Iáñez, A Úbeda, C Perez-Vidal, JM Azorín
Robotics and Autonomous Systems 72, 181-188, 2015
412015
P300-based brain-computer interface for internet browsing
JL Sirvent, JM Azorín, E Iáñez, A Úbeda, E Fernández
Trends in Practical Applications of Agents and Multiagent Systems: 8th …, 2010
412010
Shared control architecture based on RFID to control a robot arm using a spontaneous brain–machine interface
A Úbeda, E Iáñez, JM Azorín
Robotics and Autonomous Systems 61 (8), 768-774, 2013
372013
An integrated electrooculography and desktop input bimodal interface to support robotic arm control
A Ubeda, E Ianez, JM Azorin
IEEE Transactions on Human-Machine Systems 43 (3), 338-342, 2013
352013
Internet browsing application based on electrooculography for disabled people
LD Lledó, A Úbeda, E Iáñez, JM Azorín
Expert Systems with Applications 40 (7), 2640-2648, 2013
312013
Analyzing EEG signals to detect unexpected obstacles during walking
R Salazar-Varas, Á Costa, E Iáñez, A Úbeda, E Hortal, JM Azorín
Journal of neuroengineering and rehabilitation 12, 1-15, 2015
282015
Assessing movement factors in upper limb kinematics decoding from EEG signals
A Úbeda, E Hortal, E Iáñez, C Perez-Vidal, JM Azorín
PLoS One 10 (5), e0128456, 2015
272015
Online classification of two mental tasks using a SVM-based BCI system
E Hortal, A Úbeda, E Iáñez, D Planelles, JM Azorin
2013 6th International IEEE/EMBS Conference on Neural Engineering (NER …, 2013
272013
Development of a Low-cost SVM-based Spontaneous Brain-computer Interface.
F Flórez, JM Azorín, E Iáñez, A Úbeda, E Fernández
IJCCI (NCTA), 415-421, 2011
262011
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