标题:Denoising Sparse Autoencoder Based Ictal EEG Classification
作者:Qiu, Yang ;Zhou, Weidong ;Yu, Nana ;Du, Peidong
作者机构:[Qiu, Yang ;Zhou, Weidong ;Yu, Nana ;Du, Peidong ] School of Microelectronics, Shandong University, Jinan; 250100, China
通讯作者:Zhou, Weidong
来源:IEEE Transactions on Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering
出版年:2018
页码:1717-1726
DOI:10.1109/TNSRE.2018.2864306
关键词:Automatic seizure detection; denoising sparse autoencoder; epileptic EEG; logistic regression classifier
摘要:Automatic seizure detection technology can automatic mark the EEG by using epileptic detection algorithm, which is helpful to the diagnosis and treatment of epileptic diseases. This paper presents an EEG classification framework based on the denoising sparse autoencoder. The denoising sparse autoencoder (DSAE) is an improved unsupervised deep neural network over sparse autoencoder and denoising autoencoder, which can learn the closest representation of the data. The sparsity constraint applied in the hidden layer of the network makes the expression of data as sparse as possible so as to obtain more efficient representation of EEG signals. In addition, corrupting operation used in input data help to enhance the robustness of the system and make it suitable for the analysis of non-stationary epileptic EEG signals. In this work, we first imported the pre-processed training data to the DSAE network and trained the network. A logistic regression classifier was connected to the top of the DSAE. Then put the test data into the system for classification. Finally, the output results of overall network were post-processed to obtain the final epilepsy detection results. In the two class (nonseizure and seizure EEGs) problem, the system has achieved effective results with the average sensitivity of 100%, specificity of 100%, and recognition of 100%, showing that the proposed framework can be efficient for the classification of epileptic EEGs. IEEE
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