DOI:​10.1109/ACCESS.2019.2904400
Corpus ID: 88493602
Internal Emotion Classification Using EEG Signal With Sparse Discriminative Ensemble
H. Ullah, M. Uzair, +3 authors F. A. Cheikh
Published 2019
Computer Science
IEEE Access
Among various physiological signal acquisition methods for the study of the human brain, EEG (Electroencephalography) is more effective. [...] Our method describes an EEG channel using kernel-based…Expand
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