DE-CNN: An Improved Identity Recognition Algorithm Based on the Emotional Electroencephalography

Yingdong Wang, Qingfeng Wu, Chen Wang, Qunsheng Ruan
2020 Computational and Mathematical Methods in Medicine  
In the past few decades, identification recognition based on electroencephalography (EEG) has received extensive attention to resolve the security problems of conventional biometric systems. In the present study, a novel EEG-based identification system with different entropy and a continuous convolution neural network (CNN) classifier is proposed. The performance of the proposed method is experimentally evaluated through the emotional EEG data. The conducted experiment shows that the proposed
more » ... thod approaches the stunning accuracy (ACC) of 99.7% on average and can rapidly train and update the DE-CNN model. Then, the effects of different emotions and the impact of different time intervals on the identification performance are investigated. Obtained results show that different emotions affect the identification accuracy, where the negative and neutral mood EEG has a better robustness than positive emotions. For a video signal as the EEG stimulant, it is found that the proposed method with 0–75 Hz is more robust than a single band, while the 15–32 Hz band presents overfitting and reduces the accuracy of the cross-emotion test. It is concluded that time interval reduces the accuracy and the 15–32 Hz band has the best compatibility in terms of the attenuation.
doi:10.1155/2020/7574531 pmid:32849910 pmcid:PMC7439782 fatcat:7xemuoibjvbfdh7fp4b65vtebi