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Brain machine interfaces incorporating learned dynamical structure in the brain

Millions of people are unable to move due to neurological injury or disease. Brain-machine interfaces seek to restore lost motor function to patients suffering such neurological deficits. Stanford researchers have discovered a way to provide a new class...
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Spectrum Sharing and Management of Cognitive Transmission

Stanford researchers have developed a network architecture that enables spectrum sharing between a primary and a secondary communication system operating in an overlapping geographical region. This invention allows a secondary transmitter to efficiently m...
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