Brainwaves as authentication method: Proving feasibility under two different approaches

@article{Blondet2014BrainwavesAA,
  title={Brainwaves as authentication method: Proving feasibility under two different approaches},
  author={Maria V. Ruiz Blondet and Negin Khalifian and Kenneth J. Kurtz and Sarah Laszlo and Zhanpeng Jin},
  journal={2014 40th Annual Northeast Bioengineering Conference (NEBEC)},
  year={2014},
  pages={1-2}
}
Acquisition of EEG is becoming more and more affordable, and relatively high-quality signals are now digitizable even with consumer-grade hardware. The improvement in EEG hardware opens many possibilities for its applied usage. In this paper we explore the possibility of using the EEG as an secure authentication method. To achieve this goal, we process the EEG under two different methods: Cross-correlation and Divergent Autoencoding. The first method being a traditional approach to compare the… CONTINUE READING