Person identification based on parametric processing of the EEG

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Person identification based on parametric processing of the EEG
Authors: Marios Poulos, M. Rangoussi, V. Chrissikopoulos, A. Evangelou
Citation: missing booktitle  : 283-286. 1999
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Meeting: The 6th IEEE International Conference on Electronics, Circuits and Systems, 1999. Proceedings of ICECS '99
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DOI: 10.1109/ICECS.1999.812278.
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Person identification based on parametric processing of the EEG is a study that explore electroencephalography for person identification.

[edit] Data

  • One channel between O2 and Cz.
  • 45 EEG recordings for each of four individuals.
  • 1 recording from 75 different individuals.

[edit] Method

  • Alpha wave filtered
  • ARMA model fitted to the remaining signal in the alpha band.
  • AR used as features in Kohonen's linear vector quantizer.

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