Seong-Whan Lee

Seong-Whan Lee (S’84–M’89–SM’96–F’10) received the B.S. degree in computer science and statistics from Seoul National University, Korea, in 1984, and the M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in computer science from the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST), Seoul, Korea, in 1986 and 1989, respectively. Currently, he is the Hyundai-Kia Motor Chair Professor at Korea University, Seoul, where he is the Head of the Department of Brain and Cognitive Engineering. His research interests include pattern recognition, artificial intelligence, and brain engineering. Dr. Lee is a Fellow of the IAPR and the Korean Academy of Science and Technology.

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Position-Independent Decoding of Movement Intention for Proportional Myoelectric Interfaces
In this decade, myoelectric interfaces based on pattern recognition have gained considerable attention thanks to their naturalness enabling human intentions to be conveyed to and in control of a machine. However, the high variations of electromyogram signal patterns caused by... Read more
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Decoding Movement-Related Cortical Potentials Based on Subject-Dependent and Section-Wise Spectral Filtering
An important challenge in developing a movement-related cortical potential (MRCP)-based brain-machine interface (BMI) is an accurate decoding of the user intention for real-world environments. However, the performance remains insufficient for real-time decoding owing to the endogenous signal characteristics compared to... Read more
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Decoding Finger Tapping with the Affected Hand in Chronic Stroke Patients During Motor Imagery and Execution
In stroke rehabilitation, motor imagery based on a brain–computer interface is an extremely useful method to control an external device and utilize neurofeedback. Many studies have reported on the classification performance of motor imagery to decode individual fingers in stroke... Read more