Deep Learning Based on CNN for Emotion Recognition Using EEG Signal
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Emotion recognition based on brain-computer interface (BCI) has attracted important research attention despite its difficulty. It plays a vital role in human cognition and helps in making the decision. Many researchers use electroencephalograms (EEG) signals to study emotion because of its easy and convenient. Deep learning has been employed for the emotion recognition system. It recognizes emotion into single or multi-models, with visual or music stimuli shown on a screen. In this article, the convolutional neural network (CNN) model is introduced to simultaneously learn the feature and recognize the emotion of positive, neutral, and negative states of pure EEG signals single model based on the SJTU emotion EEG dataset (SEED) with ResNet50 and Adam optimizer. The dataset is shuffle, divided into training and testing, and then fed to the CNN model. The negative emotion has the highest accuracy of 94.86% fellow by neutral emotion with 94.29% and positive emotion with 93.25% respectively. With average accuracy of 94.13%. The results showed excellent classification ability of the model and can improve emotion recognition.
BCI, EEG, Deep learning (DL), CNN, ResNet50, Emotion recognition, Adam optimizer, SEED