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In IEEE signal processing letters ; h5-index 0.0

Deep learning methods for person identification based on electroencephalographic (EEG) brain activity encounters the problem of exploiting the temporally correlated structures or recording session specific variability within EEG. Furthermore, recent methods have mostly trained and evaluated based on single session EEG data. We address this problem from an invariant representation learning perspective. We propose an adversarial inference approach to extend such deep learning models to learn session-invariant person-discriminative representations that can provide robustness in terms of longitudinal usability. Using adversarial learning within a deep convolutional network, we empirically assess and show improvements with our approach based on longitudinally collected EEG data for person identification from half-second EEG epochs.

Özdenizci Ozan, Wang Ye, Koike-Akino Toshiaki, Erdoğmuş Deniz


EEG, adversarial learning, biometrics, convolutional networks, invariant representation, person identification