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Том 13   Выпуск 1   Год 2018
Коршаков Алексей Вячеславович

Системы интерфейсов мозг–компьютер на основе спектроскопии ближнего инфракрасного диапазона

Математическая биология и биоинформатика. 2018;13(1):84-129.

doi: 10.17537/2018.13.84.

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