Publications

Zhang Y and Chase SM,
A control-theoretic approach to brain-computer interface design,
American Controls Conference (in press) (2016)
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Oby ER, Perel S, Sadtler PT, Ruff DA, Mischel JL, Montez DF, Cohen MR, *Batista AP, and *Chase SM (* joint authorship),
Extracellular voltage threshold settings can be tuned for optimal encoding of movement and stimulus parameters,
J Neural Eng. 13:036009 (2016)
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Golub M, Chase SM, Batista AP, Yu BM,
Brain-computer interfaces for dissecting cognitive processes underlying sensorimotor control,
Curr Opin Neurobiol 37:53-58 (2016)
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Golub M, *Yu BM, *Chase SM (* joint authorship),
Internal models for interpreting neural population activity during sensorimotor control,
Elife. doi: 10.7554/eLife.1001539:107-118 (2015)
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Zhang Y, Chase SM,
Recasting brain-machine interface design from a physical control system perspective,
J Comput Neurosci. 39:107-118 (2015)
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Perel S, Sadtler PT, Oby ER, Ryu SI, Tyler-Kabara EC, *Batista AP, *Chase SM (* joint authorship),
Single-unit activity, threshold crossings, and local field potentials in motor cortex differentially encode reach kinematics,
J Neurophysiol. 114:1500-1512 (2015)
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Kozai T, Du Z, Gugel Z, Smith MA, Chase SM, Bodily LM, Caparosa EM, Friedlander RM, and Cui XT,
Comprehensive chronic laminar single-unit, multi-unit, and local field potential recording performance with planar single shank electrode arrays,
J Neurosci Meth. 242C:15-40 (2015)
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Sadtler PT, Quick KM, Golub MD, Chase SM, Ryu SI, Tyler-Kabara EC, *Yu BM, and *Batista AP (* joint authorship),
Neural constraints on learning,
Nature 512:423-426 (2014)
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Todorova S, Sadtler P, Batista A, Chase S, and Ventura V,
To sort or not to sort: the impact of spike-sorting on neural decoding performance,
J Neural Eng 11:056005 (2014)
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Golub MD, Yu BM, Schwartz AB, and Chase SM,
Motor-cortical control of movement speed with implications for brain-machine interface control,
J Neurophysiol 112:411-429 (2014)
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Yu BM and Chase SM,
Shedding light on learning,
Nat. Neurosci. 17:746-747 (2014)
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Zhang Y and Chase SM,
A stabilized dual Kalman filter for adaptive tracking of brain-computer interface decoding parameters,
Proc 35th Annual Conf IEEE EMBS (2013)
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Perel S, Sadtler PT, Godlove JM, Ryu SI, Wang W, Batista AP, and Chase SM,
Direction and speed tuning of motor-cortex multi-unit activity and local field potentials during reaching movements,
Proc 35th Annual Conf IEEE EMBS (2013)
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Golub M, *Chase SM , and *Yu BM (* joint authorship),
Learning an internal dynamics model from control demonstration,
In: Proceedings of The 30th International Conference on Machine Learning, JMLR W&CP 28:606-614 (2013)
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Golub M, *Yu BM , and *Chase SM (* joint authorship),
Internal models engaged by brain-computer interface control,
Proc 34th Annual Conf IEEE EMBS (2012)
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Zhang Y, Schwartz AB, Chase SM, and Kass RE,
Bayesian learning in assisted brain-computer interface tasks [Finalist - student paper award],
Proc 34th Annual Conf IEEE EMBS (2012)
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Chase SM, Kass RE, Schwartz AB,
Behavioral and neural correlates of visuomotor adaptation observed through a brain-computer interface in primary motor cortex,
J Neurophysiol. 2012 Jul;108(2):624-44 (2012)
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Chase SM,
Single spikes may suffice,
J. Neurophysiol. 108:1808-1809 (2012)
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Chase SM and Schwartz AB,
Inference from populations: going beyond models,
Enhancing performance for Action and Perception, Progress in Brain Research Volume 192:103-112 (Green AC, Chapman, E, Kalaska JF, & Lepore F, eds) (2011)
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Guger C, Bin G, Gao X, Guo J, Hong B, Liu T, Gao S, Guan C, Ang KK, Phua KS, Wang C, Chin ZY, Zhang H, Lin R, Chua KSG, Kuah C, Ang BT, George H, Kubler A, Halder S, Hosle A, Munbinger J, Palatucci M, Pomerleau D, Hinton G, Mitchell T, Ryan DB, Sellers EW, Townsend G, Chase SM, Whitford AS, Schwartz AB, Kawashima K, Shindo K, Ushiba J, Liu M and Schalk G,
State of the art in BCI research: BCI award 2010,
Recent Advances in Brain-Computer Interfaces (Fazel R, ed) (2011)
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Chase SM, Schwartz AB, Kass RE,
Latent inputs improve estimates of neural encoding in motor cortex,
J Neurosci. 2010 Oct 13;30(41):13873-82 (2010)
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Legenstein R, Chase SM, Schwartz AB, and Maass W,
A reward-modulated Hebbian learning rule can explain experimentally observed network reorganization in a brain control task,
J Neurosci 30:8400-8410 (2010)
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Koyama S, Chase SM, Whitford A, Velliste M, Schwartz AB, and Kass RE,
Comparison between decoding algorithms in open-loop and closed-loop performance,
J Comp Neurosci 29:73-87 (2010)
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Legenstein R, Chase SM, Schwartz AB, and Maass W,
Functional network reorganization in motor cortex can be explained by reward-modulated Hebbian learning,
Advances in Neural Information Processing Systems 22 (2009)
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Chase SM, Schwartz AB, and Kass RE,
Bias, optimal linear estimation, and the differences between open-loop simulation and closed-loop performance of brain-computer interface algorithms,
Neural Networks22:1203-1213 (2009)
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Fraser GW, Chase SM, Whitford A, and Schwartz AB,
Control of a brain-computer interface without spike sorting,
J Neural Eng 6:055004 (2009)
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*Jarosiewicz B, *Chase SM, Fraser GW, Velliste M, Kass RE, and Schwartz AB (*joint authorship),
Functional network reorganization during learning in a brain-computer interface paradigm,
PNAS 105:19486-19491 (2008)
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Chase SM and Young ED,
Cues for sound localization are encoded in different aspects of spike trains in the inferior colliculus,
J Neurophysiol 99:1672-1682 (2008)
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Chase SM and Young ED,
First-spike latency information in single neurons increases when referenced to population onset,
PNAS 104:5175-5180 (2007)
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Chase SM and Young ED,
Spike-timing codes enhance the representation of multiple simultaneous sound-localization cues in the inferior colliculus,
J Neurosci 26:3889-3898 (2006)
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Chase SM and Young ED,
Limited segregation of different types of sound localization information among classes of units in the inferior colliculus,
J Neurosci 25:7575-7585 (2005)
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