A Discrimination Algorithm of Event Related Potentials Evoked by Characters

M.F. Funada and S.P. Ninomija (Japan)


character, EEG, ERP, discrimination, visualize, vowel


In this paper, the authors define an EEG evoked by visualizing a character as a kind of Event related Potentials, and try to estimate the character from the Event Related Potentials (ERPs). The approaches to the purpose are to design an experiment at first, to measure ERPs using an adaptive filter, and to find the characteristics of ERPs corresponding to the characters used as stimuli. Next, we consider an algorithm to estimate the characters causing the ERPs. Finally we discuss the stability and reliability of the algorithm.

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