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Shindo, Yoshiaki Graduate School of Sustainable Sciences Tottori University
Takemura, Akinobu Graduate School of Engineering Tottori University
In this study, the person verification using brainwaves evoked by unperceivable vibration stimulation is proposed. Brainwaves in the participants were measured while they were given unperceivable vibration stimuli, and their inducibility and individuality were examined on the basis of a t-test using spectral content rates in θ, α, and β wavebands. In addition, the verification performance using the content rates as an individual feature was evaluated using Euclidian distance matching. The average equal error rate of all electrodes was approximately 34%.
Proceedings of the 7th International Symposium on Computing and Networking Workshops(CANDAR)
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Yoshiaki Shindo, Isao Nakanishi, Akinobu Takemura. A Study on Person Verification Using Electroencephalograms Evoked by Unperceivable Vibration Stimuli. Proceedings of the 7th International Symposium on Computing and Networking Workshops (CANDARW), pp.416-419, Nov. 2019
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