Analysis of Inter-Subject and Session Variability using Brain Topographic Map

Fachruddin Ari Setiawan, Dio Alif Pradana, Iim Nandang


The study described investigates the application of Brain-Computer Interface (BCI) technology, focusing on Motor Imagery (MI) signals which enable individuals to control movements through mental visualization. A major challenge in this field is accurately distinguishing between different movements, particularly when dealing with data from multiple subjects and recording sessions, known as inter-subject and inter-session variability. To address this, the authors employ the Wavelet Packet Transform-Common Spatial Patterns (WPT-CSP) method to enhance the resolution of MI signals. They visualize the results using Brain Topographic Maps (Topomaps) to depict brain activity during MI tasks, facilitating the analysis of variability across subjects and sessions. Utilizing dataset 2a from the Brain-Computer Interface Competition (BCIC) IV, the study demonstrates the efficacy of this approach in identifying variability patterns. This research holds promise for improving BCI technology applications in various domains, and future work could explore refining signal processing techniques and validation on larger datasets. Topomap.

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