Jeremy Hill
Jeremy Hill
Research Scientist, Burke Neurological Institute and Blythedale Children's Hospital
Verified email at med.cornell.edu
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The psychometric function: I. Fitting, sampling, and goodness of fit
FA Wichmann, NJ Hill
Perception & psychophysics 63 (8), 1293-1313, 2001
22282001
The psychometric function: II. Bootstrap-based confidence intervals and sampling
FA Wichmann, NJ Hill
Perception & psychophysics 63 (8), 1314-1329, 2001
8722001
Methods towards invasive human brain computer interfaces
T Lal, T Hinterberger, G Widman, M Schröder, N Hill, W Rosenstiel, ...
Advances in neural information processing systems 17, 737-744, 2004
2242004
Closing the sensorimotor loop: haptic feedback facilitates decoding of motor imagery
M Gomez-Rodriguez, J Peters, J Hill, B Schölkopf, A Gharabaghi, ...
Journal of neural engineering 8 (3), 036005, 2011
1822011
Transition from the locked in to the completely locked-in state: a physiological analysis
AR Murguialday, J Hill, M Bensch, S Martens, S Halder, F Nijboer, ...
Clinical Neurophysiology 122 (5), 925-933, 2011
1592011
Classifying EEG and ECoG signals without subject training for fast BCI implementation: comparison of nonparalyzed and completely paralyzed subjects
NJ Hill, TN Lal, M Schroder, T Hinterberger, B Wilhelm, F Nijboer, ...
IEEE transactions on neural systems and rehabilitation engineering 14 (2 …, 2006
1492006
Robust EEG channel selection across subjects for brain-computer interfaces
M Schröder, TN Lal, T Hinterberger, M Bogdan, NJ Hill, N Birbaumer, ...
EURASIP Journal on Advances in Signal Processing 2005 (19), 174746, 2005
1222005
Overlap and refractory effects in a brain–computer interface speller based on the visual P300 event-related potential
SMM Martens, NJ Hill, J Farquhar, B Schölkopf
Journal of neural engineering 6 (2), 026003, 2009
1212009
An auditory paradigm for brain-computer interfaces
N Hill, T Lal, K Bierig, N Birbaumer, B Schölkopf
Advances in neural information processing systems 17, 569-576, 2004
1152004
Causal influence of gamma oscillations on the sensorimotor rhythm
M Grosse-Wentrup, B Schölkopf, J Hill
NeuroImage 56 (2), 837-842, 2011
1102011
Recording human electrocorticographic (ECoG) signals for neuroscientific research and real-time functional cortical mapping
NJ Hill, D Gupta, P Brunner, A Gunduz, MA Adamo, A Ritaccio, G Schalk
Journal of Visualized Experiments 64, e3993, 2012
1072012
An online brain–computer interface based on shifting attention to concurrent streams of auditory stimuli
NJ Hill, B Schölkopf
Journal of neural engineering 9 (2), 026011, 2012
992012
Transcranial magnetic stimulation in the visual system. I. The psychophysics of visual suppression
T Kammer, K Puls, H Strasburger, NJ Hill, FA Wichmann
Experimental brain research 160 (1), 118-128, 2005
972005
Interactions between pre-processing and classification methods for event-related-potential classification
J Farquhar, NJ Hill
Neuroinformatics 11 (2), 175-192, 2013
872013
A brain computer interface with online feedback based on magnetoencephalography
TN Lal, M Schröder, NJ Hill, H Preissl, T Hinterberger, J Mellinger, ...
Proceedings of the 22nd international conference on Machine learning, 465-472, 2005
802005
A note on ethical aspects of BCI
P Haselager, R Vlek, J Hill, F Nijboer
Neural Networks 22 (9), 1352-1357, 2009
772009
Validation of the Leap Motion Controller using markered motion capture technology
AH Smeragliuolo, NJ Hill, L Disla, D Putrino
Journal of biomechanics 49 (9), 1742-1750, 2016
752016
Classifying event-related desynchronization in EEG, ECoG and MEG signals
NJ Hill, TN Lal, M Schröder, T Hinterberger, G Widman, CE Elger, ...
Joint Pattern Recognition Symposium, 404-413, 2006
752006
Towards brain-robot interfaces in stroke rehabilitation
M Gomez-Rodriguez, M Grosse-Wentrup, J Hill, A Gharabaghi, ...
2011 IEEE International Conference on Rehabilitation Robotics, 1-6, 2011
682011
Regularised CSP for sensor selection in BCI
J Farquhar, NJ Hill, TN Lal, B Schölkopf
na, 2006
682006
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