Corpus ID: 221150895

Speech Recognition using EEG signals recorded using dry electrodes

  title={Speech Recognition using EEG signals recorded using dry electrodes},
  author={Gautam Krishna and Co Tran and Mason Carnahan and Morgan M Hagood and A. Tewfik},
In this paper, we demonstrate speech recognition using electroencephalography (EEG) signals obtained using dry electrodes on a limited English vocabulary consisting of three vowels and one word using a deep learning model. We demonstrate a test accuracy of 79.07 percent on a subset vocabulary consisting of two English vowels. Our results demonstrate the feasibility of using EEG signals recorded using dry electrodes for performing the task of speech recognition. 

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