Asymmetric Ratio and FCM based Salient Channel Selection for Human Emotion Detection Using EEG

@inproceedings{Rizon2008AsymmetricRA,
  title={Asymmetric Ratio and FCM based Salient Channel Selection for Human Emotion Detection Using EEG},
  author={Mohamed Rizon and M. Murugappan and R. Nagarajan and Sazali Yaacob},
  year={2008}
}
Electroencephalogram (EEG) is one of the most reliable physiological signals used for detecting the emotional states of human brain. We propose Asymmetric Ratio (AR) based channel selection for human emotion recognition using EEG. Selection of channels reduces the feature size, computational load requirements and robustness of emotions classification. We address this crisis using Asymmetric Variance Ratio (AVR) and Amplitude Asymmetric Ratio (AAR) as new channel selection methods. Using these… CONTINUE READING

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