Journal of Signal Processing
EEG Signal Processing for Real Applications
Yasue Mitsukura
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Volume 20 (2016) Issue 1 Pages 1-7

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The evaluation of human emotions has been a multi-disciplinary area of research interest. Although there are several methods for such evaluation, such as subjective evaluation and behavioral taxonomy, direct evaluation from the human brain is more reliable. Electroencephalograph (EEG) signal analysis is particularly widely used because of its simplicity and convenience. In the present study, human emotional states were investigated using a newly developed EEG device with a single electrode. The developed device is lighter and cheaper than existing devices, although its feasibility is yet to be proven.

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