Rifai Chai, Ganesh R Naik, Yvonne Tran, Sai Ho Ling, Ashley Craig and Hung T Nguyen
in Proceedings of 37th IEEE EMBS Annual International conference, 25-29 Aug. 2015, Milan, Italy, Pages 514-517.
Publication year: 2015

An electroencephalography (EEG)-based counter measure device could be used for fatigue detection during driving. This paper explores the classification of fatigue and alert states using power spectral density (PSD) as a feature extractor and fuzzy swarm based-artificial neural network (ANN) as a classifier. An independent component analysis of entropy rate bound minimization (ICA-ERBM) is investigated as a novel source separation technique for fatigue classification using EEG analysis. A comparison of the classification accuracy of source separator versus no source separator is presented. Classification performance based on 43 participants without the inclusion of the source separator resulted in an overall sensitivity of 71.67%, a specificity of 75.63% and an accuracy of 73.65%. However, these results were improved after the inclusion of a source separator module, resulting in an overall sensitivity of 78.16%, a specificity of 79.60% and an accuracy of 78.88% (p <; 0.05).

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