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Fractal Dimension Methods for Feature Extraction in Optimized Harmony Search-based Hidden Markov Model during Motor Imagery

Published on June 2015 by Prajwali P. Korde, V. M. Thakare
National Conference on Recent Trends in Computer Science and Engineering
Foundation of Computer Science USA
MEDHA2015 - Number 3
June 2015
Authors: Prajwali P. Korde, V. M. Thakare
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Prajwali P. Korde, V. M. Thakare . Fractal Dimension Methods for Feature Extraction in Optimized Harmony Search-based Hidden Markov Model during Motor Imagery. National Conference on Recent Trends in Computer Science and Engineering. MEDHA2015, 3 (June 2015), 11-14.

@article{
author = { Prajwali P. Korde, V. M. Thakare },
title = { Fractal Dimension Methods for Feature Extraction in Optimized Harmony Search-based Hidden Markov Model during Motor Imagery },
journal = { National Conference on Recent Trends in Computer Science and Engineering },
issue_date = { June 2015 },
volume = { MEDHA2015 },
number = { 3 },
month = { June },
year = { 2015 },
issn = 0975-8887,
pages = { 11-14 },
numpages = 4,
url = { /proceedings/medha2015/number3/21440-8037/ },
publisher = {Foundation of Computer Science (FCS), NY, USA},
address = {New York, USA}
}
%0 Proceeding Article
%1 National Conference on Recent Trends in Computer Science and Engineering
%A Prajwali P. Korde
%A V. M. Thakare
%T Fractal Dimension Methods for Feature Extraction in Optimized Harmony Search-based Hidden Markov Model during Motor Imagery
%J National Conference on Recent Trends in Computer Science and Engineering
%@ 0975-8887
%V MEDHA2015
%N 3
%P 11-14
%D 2015
%I International Journal of Computer Applications
Abstract

Brain Computer Interface (BCI) has become a hot spot in recent years. The goal of proposed method is the development of a fractal dimension method that can be used to increase accuracy and computation time in harmony search model (HMM) during motor imagery tasks. The HMMs were originally applied to speech recognition; they have proven to be highly successful in the modeling of dynamic data sequences. However, the success of HMMs is highly related to their ability to encode electroencephalography (EEG) in their parameters while allowing many unknown quantities to be learned through the optimization of their emission and transition probabilities. The optimized approach for the HMM in the training phase of time series electroencephalography data during motor imagery-related mental tasks is used. In this paper Differential Signal method (DS) and Time Dependent Fractal Dimension (TDFD) are used to achieve more computation time and accuracy. TDFD method gives better result than other two methods. In this method Optimized HMM method and Fractal dimension method are combined to achieve better performance.

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Index Terms

Computer Science
Information Sciences

Keywords

Brain Computer Interface Motor Imagery Eeg