Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: https://hdl.handle.net/11147/11446
Title: On the characterization of cognitive tasks using activity-specific short-lived synchronization between electroencephalography channels
Authors: Olcay, B. Orkan
Ozgoren, Murat
Karacali, Bilge
Keywords: EEG
Short-lived synchronization
Motor imagery activity characterization
Systematic timing organization
Synchronization measures
Issue Date: 2021
Publisher: Pergamon-Elsevier Science Ltd
Abstract: Accurate characterization of brain activity during a cognitive task is challenging due to the dynamically changing and the complex nature of the brain. The majority of the proposed approaches assume stationarity in brain activity and disregard the systematic timing organization among brain regions during cognitive tasks. In this study, we propose a novel cognitive activity recognition method that captures the activity-specific timing parameters from training data that elicits maximal average short-lived pairwise synchronization between electroencephalography signals. We evaluated the characterization power of the activity-specific timing parameter triplets in a motor imagery activity recognition framework. The activity-specific timing parameter triplets consist of latency of the maximally synchronized signal segments from activity onset Delta t, the time lag between maximally synchronized signal segments t, and the duration of the maximally synchronized signal segments w. We used cosine-based similarity, wavelet bi-coherence, phase-locking value, phase coherence value, linearized mutual information, and cross-correntropy to calculate the channel synchronizations at the specific timing parameters. Recognition performances as well as statistical analyses on both BCI Competition-III dataset IVa and PhysioNet Motor Movement/Imagery dataset, indicate that the interchannel short-lived synchronization calculated using activity-specific timing parameter triplets elicit significantly distinct synchronization profiles for different motor imagery tasks and can thus reliably be used for cognitive task recognition purposes. (C) 2021 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.
URI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.neunet.2021.06.022
https://hdl.handle.net/11147/11446
ISSN: 0893-6080
1879-2782
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