BED: A New Data Set for EEG-Based Biometrics

  title={BED: A New Data Set for EEG-Based Biometrics},
  author={Pablo Arnau-Gonz{\'a}lez and Stamos Katsigiannis and Miguel Arevalillo-Herr{\'a}ez and Naeem Ramzan},
  journal={IEEE Internet of Things Journal},
Various recent research works have focused on the use of electroencephalography (EEG) signals in the field of biometrics. However, advances in this area have somehow been limited by the absence of a common testbed that would make it possible to easily compare the performance of different proposals. In this work, we present a data set that has been specifically designed to allow researchers to attempt new biometric approaches that use EEG signals captured by using relatively inexpensive consumer… 
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