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CONCEPT NAME

Brain–machine interface

DESCRIPTION

A brain–machine interface (BMI) is a device that translates neuronal information into commands capable of controlling external software or hardware such as a computer or robotic arm. BMIs are often used as assisted living devices for individuals with motor or sensory impairments.

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    18 TRIPLES      13 PREDICATES      18 URIs      10 LITERALS

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    1 subjects:brain-machine-interface dcterms:modified 2017-10-09T07:40:23+00:00
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    4 sg:Subject
    5 skos:Concept
    6 rdfs:label Brain–machine interface
    7 skos:altLabel brain–computer interface (BCI)
    8 brain–machine interface (BMI)
    9 direct neural interface
    10 mind-machine interface (MMI)
    11 skos:broader subjects:motor-control
    12 skos:closeMatch dbpedia:Brain-computer_interface
    13 skos:definition A brain–machine interface (BMI) is a device that translates neuronal information into commands capable of controlling external software or hardware such as a computer or robotic arm. BMIs are often used as assisted living devices for individuals with motor or sensory impairments.
    14 skos:hiddenLabel brain-machine-interface
    15 skos:historyNote [skos:definition - 2014.01.21] A brain–machine interface (BMI) is a direct communication pathway between the brain and an external device. BCIs are often directed at assisting, augmenting, or repairing human cognitive or sensory-motor functions.
    16 skos:inScheme subjects:
    17 skos:notation brain-machine-interface
    18 skos:prefLabel Brain–machine interface
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