Brain Waves as Unconscious Biometrics towards Continuous Authentication : The Effects of Introducing PCA into Feature Extraction

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Brain Waves as Unconscious Biometrics towards Continuous Authentication : The Effects of Introducing PCA into Feature Extraction
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著者 中西 功
著者読み ナカニシ イサオ
著者英語Author Nakanishi Isao
所属Affiliation Graduate School of Engineering Tottori University
著者 Yoshikawa Takuya
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著者英語Author Yoshikawa Takuya
所属Affiliation Graduate School of Engineering Tottori University
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biometrics
unconscious biometrics
continuous authentication
brain wave
principle component analysis
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5類 技術・工学・工業
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For user management in high-security systems, continuous authentication is required, where unconscious biometrics is suitable. We have proposed to use brain waves as such unconscious biometrics. Assuming continuous authentication of drivers, we have measured brain waves in virtual driving environments and evaluated the verification performance. In this paper, we introduce Principle Component Analysis (PCA) into the feature extraction. It is confirmed that the introduction of PCA is effective for improving the verification performance.

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IEEE
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978-1-4244-5015-2
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Proceedings of International Symposium on Intelligent Signal Processing and Communication Systems 2015 (ISPACS2015)
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422
終了ページ
425
発行日
2015
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Proceedings of International Symposium on Intelligent Signal Processing and Communication Systems 2015 (ISPACS2015). 2015, 422-425

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工学研究科・工学部
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英語
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