Title: Adaptive EEG-based alertness estimation system by using ICA-based fuzzy neural networks
Authors: Lin, Chin-Teng
Ko, Li-Wei
Chung, I-Fang
Huang, Teng-Yi
Chen, Yu-Chieh
Jung, Tzyy-Ping
Liang, Sheng-Fu
資訊工程學系
電控工程研究所
腦科學研究中心
Department of Computer Science
Institute of Electrical and Control Engineering
Brain Research Center
Keywords: alertness estimation;electroencephalogram (EEG);independent component analysis (ICA);ICA-mixture-model-based self-constructing fuzzy neural networks (ICAFNN);power spectrum analysis
Issue Date: 1-Nov-2006
Abstract: Drivers' fatigue has been implicated as a causal factor in many accidents. The development of human cognitive state monitoring system for the drivers to prevent accidents behind the steering wheel has become a major focus in the field of safety driving. It requires a technique that can continuously monitor and estimate the alertness level of drivers. The difficulties in developing such a system are lack of significant index for detecting drowsiness and the interference of, the complicated noise in a realistic and dynamic driving environment. An adaptive alertness estimation methodology based on electroencephalogram, power spectrum analysis, independent component analysis (ICA), and fuzzy neural network (FNNs) models is proposed in this paper or continuously monitoring driver's drowsiness level with concurrent changes in the alertness level. A novel adaptive feature selection mechanism is developed for automatically selecting effective frequency bands of ICA components for realizing an on-line alertness monitoring system based on the, correlation analysis between the time-frequency power spectra of ICA components and the driving errors defined as the deviation between the center of the vehicle and the cruising lane in the virtual-reality driving environment. The mechanism also provides effective and efficient features that can be fed into ICA-mixture-model-based self-constructing FNN to indirectly estimate driver's drowsiness level expressed by approximately and predicting the driving error.
URI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/TCSI.2006.884408
http://hdl.handle.net/11536/11574
ISSN: 1057-7122
DOI: 10.1109/TCSI.2006.884408
Journal: IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON CIRCUITS AND SYSTEMS I-REGULAR PAPERS
Volume: 53
Issue: 11
Begin Page: 2469
End Page: 2476
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