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SCIENTIA SINICA Informationis, Volume 48 , Issue 7 : 919-931(2018) https://doi.org/10.1360/N112017-00297

Research on EEG recognition based on improved-common spatial patterns and deep-belief network algorithm

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  • ReceivedMar 14, 2018
  • AcceptedApr 8, 2018
  • PublishedJul 16, 2018

Abstract


Funded by

北京信息科技大学重点研究培育项目(5221823307)

研究生科技创新项目(5121723303)

大学生创业培育基金项目(5111710813)


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  • Figure 1

    Emotiv EPOC+ channel distribution of EEG

  • Figure 2

    An experimental process about three types of EEG

  • Figure 3

    (Color online) Motion (a) and standstill (b) EEG waveform of FC5 channel

  • Figure 4

    (Color online) Motion (a) and standstill (b) EEG waveform feature extraction by CSP

  • Figure 5

    (Color online) Restricted Boltzmann machine

  • Figure 6

    (Color online) Improved-common spatial patterns and deep belief network

  • Table 1   The correct recognition rate about first type EEG under different subjects in different classification methods
    DBN (%) SVM (%) (CSP+SVM) (%) (CSP+DBN) (%)
    Experimenter 1 88.33 78.33 85.83 93.33
    Experimenter 2 85.83 76.67 82.50 91.67
    Experimenter 3 86.67 82.50 83.33 94.17
    Experimenter 4 82.50 78.33 80.83 90.83
    Experimenter 5 91.67 84.17 87.50 96.67
    Experimenter 6 83.33 79.17 81.67 92.50
    Experimenter 7 81.67 75.83 80.83 89.17
    Experimenter 8 83.33 75.00 79.17 90.00
  • Table 2   The correct recognition rate about second type EEG under different subjects in different classification methods
    DBN (%) SVM (%) (CSP+SVM) (%) (CSP+DBN) (%)
    Experimenter 1 65.00 48.33 63.33 76.67
    Experimenter 2 61.67 43.33 58.33 73.33
    Experimenter 3 68.33 51.67 61.67 78.33
    Experimenter 4 68.33 48.33 58.33 75.00
    Experimenter 5 71.67 53.33 66.67 81.67
    Experimenter 6 63.33 45.00 55.00 71.67
    Experimenter 7 66.67 48.33 56.67 73.33
    Experimenter 8 63.33 51.67 60.00 76.67
  • Table 3   The correct recognition rate about third type EEG under different subjects in different classification methods
    DBN (%) SVM (%) (CSP+SVM) (%) (CSP+DBN) (%)
    Experimenter 1 40 25 35 47
    Experimenter 2 45 22 36 49
    Experimenter 3 47 28 40 51
    Experimenter 4 46 30 41 53
    Experimenter 5 49 27 41 52
    Experimenter 6 40 29 30 43
    Experimenter 7 43 31 36 48
    Experimenter 8 45 33 39 52