Convolutional neural network with binary moth flame optimization for emotion detection in electroencephalogram

Tabarek Alwan Tuib, Baydaa Hadi Saoudi, Yaqdhan Mahmood Hussein, Thulfiqar H. Mandeel, Fahad Taha Al-Dhief


Electroencephalograph (EEG) signals have the ability of real-time reflecting brain activities. Utilizing the EEG signal for analyzing human emotional states is a common study. The EEG signals of the emotions aren’t distinctive and it is different from one person to another as every one of them has different emotional responses to same stimuli. Which is why, the signals of the EEG are subject dependent and proven to be effective for the subject dependent detection of the Emotions. For the purpose of achieving enhanced accuracy and high true positive rate, the suggested system proposed a binary moth flame optimization (BMFO) algorithm for the process of feature selection and convolutional neural networks (CNNs) for classifications. In this proposal, optimum features are chosen with the use of accuracy as objective function. Ultimately, optimally chosen features are classified after that with the use of a CNN for the purpose of discriminating different emotion states. 


Binary moth flame optimization; Classification; Convolutional neural networks; Electroencephalogram signals; Emotion detection

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IAES International Journal of Artificial Intelligence (IJ-AI)
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