Brain EEG time series selection: A novel graph-based approach for classification
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- SIAM International Conference on Data Mining, SDM 2018, 2018, pp. 558 - 566
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© 2018 by SIAM. Brain Electroencephalography (EEG) classification is widely applied to analyze cerebral diseases in recent years. Unfortunately, invalid/noisy EEGs degrade the diagnosis performance and most previously developed methods ignore the necessity of EEG selection for classification. To this end, this paper proposes a novel maximum weight clique-based EEG selection approach, named mwcEEGs, to map EEG selection to searching maximum similarity-weighted cliques from an improved Fréchet distance-weighted undirected EEG graph simultaneously considering edge weights and vertex weights. Our mwcEEGs improves the classification performance by selecting intra-clique pairwise similar and inter-clique discriminative EEGs with similarity threshold δ. Experimental results demonstrate the algorithm effectiveness compared with the state-of the-art time series selection algorithms on real-world EEG datasets.
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