Won-Du Chang

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Synthesizing handwritten-style characters is an interesting issue in today’s handwriting analysis field. The purpose of this study is to artificially generate training data, foster a deep understanding of human handwriting, and promote the use of the handwritten-style computer fonts, in which the individuality or variety of the synthesized characters is(More)
Eye blinks are one of the most influential artifact sources in electroencephalogram (EEG) recorded from frontal channels, and thereby detecting and rejecting eye blink artifacts is regarded as an essential procedure for improving the quality of EEG data. In this paper, a novel method to detect eye blink artifacts from a single-channel frontal EEG signal was(More)
In traditional brain-computer interface (BCI) studies, binary communication systems have generally been implemented using two mental tasks arbitrarily assigned to “yes” or “no” intentions (e.g., mental arithmetic calculation for “yes”). A recent pilot study performed with one paralyzed patient showed the possibility of a more intuitive paradigm for binary(More)
This paper introduces a method to remove the unwanted interdependency between vertical and horizontal eye-movement components in electrooculograms (EOGs). EOGs have been widely used to estimate eye movements without a camera in a variety of human-computer interaction (HCI) applications using pairs of electrodes generally attached either above and below the(More)
Ictal epileptiform discharges (EDs) are characteristic signal patterns of scalp electroencephalogram (EEG) or intracranial EEG (iEEG) recorded from patients with epilepsy, which assist with the diagnosis and characterization of various types of epilepsy. The EEG signal, however, is often recorded from patients with epilepsy for a long period of time, and(More)
Electroencephalogram (EEG) is easily contaminated by unwanted physiological artifacts, among which electrooculogram (EOG) artifacts due to eye blinking are known to be most dominant. The eye blink artifacts are reported to affect theta and alpha rhythms of frontal EEG signals, and hard to be accurately detected in an unsupervised way due to large individual(More)