Embedding Dimension Selection for Adaptive Singular Spectrum Analysis of EEG Signal
AbstractThe recorded electroencephalography (EEG) signal is often contaminated with different kinds of artifacts and noise. Singular spectrum analysis (SSA) is a powerful tool for extracting the brain rhythm from a noisy EEG signal. By analyzing the frequency characteristics of the reconstructed component (RC) and the change rate in the trace of the Toeplitz matrix, it is demonstrated that the embedding dimension is related to the frequency bandwidth of each reconstructed component, in consistence with the component mixing in the singular value decomposition step. A method for selecting the embedding dimension is thereby proposed and verified by simulated EEG signal based on the Markov Process Amplitude (MPA) EEG Model. Real EEG signal is also collected from the experimental subjects under both eyes-open and eyes-closed conditions. The experimental results show that based on the embedding dimension selection method, the alpha rhythm can be extracted from the real EEG signal by the adaptive SSA, which can be effectively utilized to distinguish between the eyes-open and eyes-closed states. View Full-Text
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Xu, S.; Hu, H.; Ji, L.; Wang, P. Embedding Dimension Selection for Adaptive Singular Spectrum Analysis of EEG Signal. Sensors 2018, 18, 697.
Xu S, Hu H, Ji L, Wang P. Embedding Dimension Selection for Adaptive Singular Spectrum Analysis of EEG Signal. Sensors. 2018; 18(3):697.Chicago/Turabian Style
Xu, Shanzhi; Hu, Hai; Ji, Linhong; Wang, Peng. 2018. "Embedding Dimension Selection for Adaptive Singular Spectrum Analysis of EEG Signal." Sensors 18, no. 3: 697.
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