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Master of Science in Mathematics (M.S.)
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Department of Mathematical Sciences
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The study of elecroencephalograms (EEGs) has gained enormous interest in the last decade with the increase of computational power and availability of EEG signals collected from various human activities or produced during medical tests. The applicability of analyzing EEG signals ranges from helping impaired people communicate or move (using appropriate medical equipment) to understanding people's feelings and detecting diseases.
We proposed new methodology and models for analyzing and classifying EEG signals collected from individuals observing visual stimuli. Our models rely on powerful Long-Short Term Memory (LSTM) Neural Network models, which are currently the state of the art models for performing time series classifications.
Orgeron, James A., "EEG Signals Classification Using LSTM-Based Models and Majority Logic" (2022). Electronic Theses and Dissertations. 2391.
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