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Title: Cross dataset workload classification using encoded wavelet decomposition features
Authors: Lim, Wei Lun
Sourina, Olga
Wang, Lipo
Keywords: Engineering::Electrical and electronic engineering
Issue Date: 2018
Source: Lim, W. L., Sourina, O., & Wang, L. (2018). Cross dataset workload classification using encoded wavelet decomposition features. Proceedings of the International Conference on Cyberworlds, 300-303. doi:10.1109/CW.2018.00062
Abstract: For practical applications, it is desirable for a trained classification system to be independent of task and/or subject. In this study, we show one-way transfer between two independent EEG workload datasets: from a large multitasking dataset with 48 subjects to a second Stroop test dataset with 18 subjects. This was achieved with a classification system trained using sparse encoded representations of the decomposed wavelets in the alpha, beta and theta power bands, which learnt a feature representation that outperformed benchmark power spectral density features by 3.5%. We also explore the possibility of enhancing performance with the utilization of domain adaptation techniques using transfer component analysis (TCA), obtaining 30.0% classification accuracy for a 4-class cross dataset problem.
ISBN: 9781538673157
DOI: 10.1109/CW.2018.00062
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