Adaptive Feature Extraction of Motor Imagery EEG with Optimal Wavelet Packets and SE-Isomap
AbstractMotor imagery EEG (MI-EEG), which reflects one’s active movement intention, has attracted increasing attention in rehabilitation therapy, and accurate and fast feature extraction is the key problem to successful applications. Based on wavelet packet decomposition (WPD) and SE-isomap, an adaptive feature extraction method is proposed in this paper. The MI-EEG is preprocessed to determine a more effective time interval through average power spectrum analysis. WPD is then applied to the selected segment of MI-EEG, and the subject-based optimal wavelet packets (OWPs) with top mean variance difference are obtained autonomously. The OWP coefficients are further used to calculate the time-frequency features statistically and acquire the nonlinear manifold structure features, as well as the explicit nonlinear mapping, through SE-isomap. The hybrid features are obtained in a serial fusion way and evaluated by a k-nearest neighbor (KNN) classifier. The extensive experiments are conducted on a publicly available dataset, and the experiment results of 10-fold cross-validation show that the proposed method yields relatively higher classification accuracy and computation efficiency simultaneously compared with the commonly-used linear and nonlinear approaches. View Full-Text
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Li, M.-A.; Zhu, W.; Liu, H.-N.; Yang, J.-F. Adaptive Feature Extraction of Motor Imagery EEG with Optimal Wavelet Packets and SE-Isomap. Appl. Sci. 2017, 7, 390.
Li M-A, Zhu W, Liu H-N, Yang J-F. Adaptive Feature Extraction of Motor Imagery EEG with Optimal Wavelet Packets and SE-Isomap. Applied Sciences. 2017; 7(4):390.Chicago/Turabian Style
Li, Ming-ai; Zhu, Wei; Liu, Hai-na; Yang, Jin-fu. 2017. "Adaptive Feature Extraction of Motor Imagery EEG with Optimal Wavelet Packets and SE-Isomap." Appl. Sci. 7, no. 4: 390.
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