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Effects of local and global spatial patterns in EEG motor-imagery classification using convolutional neural network

Effects of local and global spatial patterns in EEG motor-imagery classification using... An emerging idea in electroencephalogram motor-imagery (EEG-MI) classification is the ‘EEG-as-image’ approach. It aims to capture local EEG signal dynamics by preserving the spatial relationships of EEG channels. We hypothesize that due to the global nature of EEG modulations, a better approach is to apply global unmixing filters. Using the BCI competition IV dataset 2a, we proposed three deep learning models: (1) one which applies multiple local spatial convolutions; (2) one which applies a global spatial convolution; and (3) a parallel architecture which combines both. Experiment results showed that the global model achieved an overall classification accuracy of 74.6% and outperformed the local and parallel architectures by 2.8% and 1.4%, respectively. It also outperformed the next best recorded result by 0.1%. By exploring the impact of local and global spatial filters on EEG-MI classification, this paper helps to advance the study of EEG feature representation within a deep learning framework. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Brain-Computer Interfaces Taylor & Francis

Effects of local and global spatial patterns in EEG motor-imagery classification using convolutional neural network

Effects of local and global spatial patterns in EEG motor-imagery classification using convolutional neural network

Abstract

An emerging idea in electroencephalogram motor-imagery (EEG-MI) classification is the ‘EEG-as-image’ approach. It aims to capture local EEG signal dynamics by preserving the spatial relationships of EEG channels. We hypothesize that due to the global nature of EEG modulations, a better approach is to apply global unmixing filters. Using the BCI competition IV dataset 2a, we proposed three deep learning models: (1) one which applies multiple local spatial convolutions; (2) one...
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Taylor & Francis
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© 2020 Informa UK Limited, trading as Taylor & Francis Group
ISSN
2326-2621
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2326-263x
DOI
10.1080/2326263X.2020.1801112
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Abstract

An emerging idea in electroencephalogram motor-imagery (EEG-MI) classification is the ‘EEG-as-image’ approach. It aims to capture local EEG signal dynamics by preserving the spatial relationships of EEG channels. We hypothesize that due to the global nature of EEG modulations, a better approach is to apply global unmixing filters. Using the BCI competition IV dataset 2a, we proposed three deep learning models: (1) one which applies multiple local spatial convolutions; (2) one which applies a global spatial convolution; and (3) a parallel architecture which combines both. Experiment results showed that the global model achieved an overall classification accuracy of 74.6% and outperformed the local and parallel architectures by 2.8% and 1.4%, respectively. It also outperformed the next best recorded result by 0.1%. By exploring the impact of local and global spatial filters on EEG-MI classification, this paper helps to advance the study of EEG feature representation within a deep learning framework.

Journal

Brain-Computer InterfacesTaylor & Francis

Published: Oct 1, 2020

Keywords: EEG; electroencephalography; MI-BCI; deep learning; image processing; video processing

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