Hybridization of Wavelet Decomposition and Machine Learning for Brain Waves based Emotion Recognition
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AbstractEmotion recognition has sparked the interest of researchers from a variety of disciplines. Studies have demonstrated that brain signals may be utilized to characterize a wide range of emotional states. Electroencephalogram (EEG) measures the cerebral activity. Therefore, by exploiting the EEG signals the emotion states can be determined. In this study the EEG signals undergoes through filtering, segmentation, Wavelet Packet Decomposition (WPD), feature mining, and classification. The machine learning algorithms used for classifications are “Decision Tree” (DT), “Support Vector Machine” (SVM), and K-Nearest Neighbor” (K-NN) algorithms are used for categorization. Their performance is compared for automatically identifying the emotion state. It is determined that the best performer is SVM. It has attained 98.2% accuracy, 97.3% precision, 97.3% recall, 98.7% specificity, 97.3% F1, 97.3% kappa, and 99.3% AUC.
DepartmentElectrical and Computer Engineering