EOG-Based Eye Movement Classification and Application on HCI Baseball Game
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- IEEE Access, 2019, 7 pp. 96166 - 96176
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© 2013 IEEE. Electrooculography (EOG) is considered as the most stable physiological signal in the development of human-computer interface (HCI) for detecting eye-movement variations. EOG signal classification has gained more traction in recent years to overcome physical inconvenience in paralyzed patients. In this paper, a robust classification technique, such as eight directional movements is investigated by introducing a concept of buffer along with a variation of the slope to avoid misclassification effects in EOG signals. Blinking detection becomes complicated when the magnitude of the signals are considered. Hence, a correction technique is introduced to avoid misclassification for oblique eye movements. Meanwhile, a case study has been considered to apply these correction techniques to HCI baseball game to learn eye-movements.
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