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Introducing chaos behavior to kernel relevance vector machine (RVM) for four-class EEG classification

by Enzeng Dong, Guangxu Zhu, Chao Chen, Jigang Tong, Yingjie Jiao, Shengzhi Du

This paper addresses a chaos kernel function for the relevance vector machine (RVM) in EEG signal classification, which is an important component of Brain-Computer Interface (BCI). The novel kernel function has evolved from a chaotic system, which is inspired by the fact that human brain signals depict some chaotic characteristics and behaviors. By introducing the chaotic dynamics to the kernel function, the RVM will be enabled for higher classification capacity. The proposed method is validated within the framework of one versus one common spatial pattern (OVO-CSP) classifier to classify motor imagination (MI) of four movements in a public accessible dataset. To illustrate the performance of the proposed kernel function, Gaussian and Polynomial kernel functions are considered for comparison. Experimental results show that the proposed kernel function achieved higher accuracy than Gaussian and Polynomial kernel functions, which shows that the chaotic behavior consideration is helpful in the EEG signal classification.

Authors:   Enzeng Dong; Guangxu Zhu; Chao Chen; Jigang Tong; Yingjie Jiao; Shengzhi Du
Journal:   PLoS ONE
Volume:   13
edition:   6
Year:   2018
Pages:   e0198786
DOI:   10.1371/journal.pone.0198786
Publication date:   29-Jun-2018
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