Dimensionality reduction and classification of time embedded EEG signals
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Electroencephalogram (EEG) is the measurement of the electrical activity of the brain measured by placing electrodes on the scalp. These EEG signals give the micro-voltage difference between different parts of the brain in a non-invasive manner. The brain activity measured in this way is being currently analyzed for a possible diagnosis of physiological and psychiatric diseases. These signals have also found a way into cognitive research. At Colorado State University we are trying to investigate the use of EEG as computer input. In this particular research our goal is to classify two mental ...