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Authors
Kinjo, Nozomu Tottori University
Abstract
In this study, we aim at the realization of authentication using evoked electroencephalogram (EEG) when presenting invisible visual stimulation as biometrics authentication towards safer and continuous authentication. In the previous researches, the measured EEG signal was processed by fast Fourier transform (FFT), and the power spectrum obtained was used as an individual feature, but the equal error rate (EER) representing the verification rate was about 43%. Therefore, in this paper, we introduce wavelet transform, which is a time-frequency analysis method, and extract a new individual feature including temporal information to improve the verification rate. As a result of evaluating the verification performance, in the case of presenting an invisible visual stimulation, the verification rate averaged over all electrodes tends to be improved as temporal information is included. In addition, as a result of evaluating the verification performance with data in which the start time of presenting stimulation is synchronized, the EER is the best at 14.0%, which is greatly improved compared to the conventional verification rate.
Publisher
電子情報通信学会 = Institute of Electronics, Information and Communications Engineers (IEICE)
Content Type
Conference Paper
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Journal Title
Procedings of 2019 International Workshop on Smart Info-Media Systems in Asia (SISA 2019)
Start Page
88
End Page
92
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©2019 IEICE
Citation
Nozomu Kinjo, Isao Nakanishi. Biometric Authentication using Evoked EEG by Invisible Visual Stimulation - Feature Extraction Based on Wavelet Transform -. Procedings of 2019 International Workshop on Smart Info-Media Systems in Asia (SISA 2019), pp. 88-92, Sep. 2019.
Department
Faculty of Engineering/Graduate School of Engineering
Language
English