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Cryptographic decoding of movement

A method inspired by cryptography maps neural activity to limb movement without requiring the simultaneous collection of neural activity in the motor cortex and of the corresponding physical actions.

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Fig. 1: Decoding structured movements via the cryptographic-like analysis of the statistics of movement.