All due to the complex nature of the electroencephalography (EEG) signal, it is a challenge to be able to use it as the driver of an electric artificial hand. By using EEG signal, the command for artificial hand movements becomes more intuitive and natural. This study aims to classify EEG signals to serve as electronic hand control. Classification is conducted using artificial neural networks (ANN), in which EEG signal datasets are obtained from a commercial brain computer interface (BCI). The ANN model obtained is expected to be able to determine that the EEG signal is one of the five EEG signals generated from five predetermined hand movements. This study proposes feature extraction and processing that is very simple but performs well, indicated by its small error value. The results show that ANN can classify five hand movements tested with an overall accuracy rate of 80%.
|IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering
|Published - 28 Oct 2020
|2020 7th International Conference on Mechanics and Mechatronics Research, ICMMR 2020 - Berkley, United States
Duration: 27 Jun 2020 → 29 Jun 2020