The use of Electroencephalography (EEG) in Brain Computer Interface (BCI) domain presents a challenging problem due to presence of spatial and temporal aspects inherent in the EEG data. Many studies either transform the data into a temporal or spatial problem for analysis. This approach results in loss of significant information since these methods fail to consider the correlation present within the spatial and temporal aspect of the EEG data. However, Spiking Neural Network (SNN) naturally takes into consideration the correlation present within the spatio-temporal data. Hence by applying the proposed SNN based novel methods on EEG, the thesis provide improved analytic on EEG data. This book introduces novel methods and architectures for spatio-temporal data modelling and classification using SNN. More specifically, SNN is used for analysis and classification of spatiotemporal EEG data.
Nuttapod graduated a M.Sc. in Computer Science from King Mongkut’s Institute of Technology,Thailand with outstanding thesis award. He completed a PhD in Computer and Information Science from Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand under the supervision of Prof. Nikola Kasabov and Assoc. Prof. Petia Georgieva.
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LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing
Pattern recognition, EEG, signal processing, Spiking Neural Networks, Spatial-temporal, evolving
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