Hand Motion Detection in fNIRS Neuroimaging Data
AbstractAs the number of people diagnosed with movement disorders is increasing, it becomes vital to design techniques that allow the better understanding of human brain in naturalistic settings. There are many brain imaging methods such as fMRI, SPECT, and MEG that provide the functional information of the brain. However, these techniques have some limitations including immobility, cost, and motion artifacts. One of the most emerging portable brain scanners available today is functional near-infrared spectroscopy (fNIRS). In this study, we have conducted fNIRS neuroimaging of seven healthy subjects while they were performing wrist tasks such as flipping their hand with the periods of rest (no movement). Different models of support vector machine is applied to these fNIRS neuroimaging data and the results show that we could classify the action and rest periods with the accuracy of over 80% for the fNIRS data of individual participants. Our results are promising and suggest that the presented classification method for fNIRS could further be applied to real-time applications such as brain computer interfacing (BCI), and into the future steps of this research to record brain activity from fNIRS and EEG, and fuse them with the body motion sensors to correlate the activities. View Full-Text
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Abtahi, M.; Amiri, A.M.; Byrd, D.; Mankodiya, K. Hand Motion Detection in fNIRS Neuroimaging Data. Healthcare 2017, 5, 20.
Abtahi M, Amiri AM, Byrd D, Mankodiya K. Hand Motion Detection in fNIRS Neuroimaging Data. Healthcare. 2017; 5(2):20.Chicago/Turabian Style
Abtahi, Mohammadreza; Amiri, Amir M.; Byrd, Dennis; Mankodiya, Kunal. 2017. "Hand Motion Detection in fNIRS Neuroimaging Data." Healthcare 5, no. 2: 20.
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