EEG-based prediction of driver's cognitive performance by deep convolutional neural network
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- Signal Processing: Image Communication, 2016, 47 pp. 549 - 555
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© 2016 Elsevier B.V. We considered the prediction of driver's cognitive states related to driving performance using EEG signals. We proposed a novel channel-wise convolutional neural network (CCNN) whose architecture considers the unique characteristics of EEG data. We also discussed CCNN-R, a CCNN variation that uses Restricted Boltzmann Machine to replace the convolutional filter, and derived the detailed algorithm. To test the performance of CCNN and CCNN-R, we assembled a large EEG dataset from 3 studies of driver fatigue that includes samples from 37 subjects. Using this dataset, we investigated the new CCNN and CCNN-R on raw EEG data and also Independent Component Analysis (ICA) decomposition. We tested both within-subject and cross-subject predictions and the results showed CCNN and CCNN-R achieved robust and improved performance over conventional DNN and CNN as well as other non-DL algorithms.
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