EEG based alcoholism detection by oscillatory modes decomposition second order difference plots and machine learning.

TytułEEG based alcoholism detection by oscillatory modes decomposition second order difference plots and machine learning.
Publication TypeJournal Article
Rok publikacji2022
AutorzyPławiak P, Salankar N, Qaisar SMian, Tadeusiewicz R, Hammad M
JournalBiocybernetics and Biomedical Engineering
Volume42
ISSN0208-5216
Słowa kluczoweAlcoholism detection, Electroencephalogram, Empirical mode decomposition, Features extraction, Machine learning, Second order difference plots, Variational mode decomposition
Abstract

The excessive drinking of alcohol can disrupt the neural system. This can be observed by properly analysing the Electroencephalogram (EEG) signals. However, the EEG is a signal of complex nature. Therefore, an accurate categorization between alcoholic (A) and non-alcoholic (NA) subjects, while using a short time EEG recording, is a challenging task. In this paper a novel hybridization of the oscillatory modes decomposition, features mining based on the Second Order Difference Plots (SODPs) of oscillatory modes, and machine learning algorithms is devised for an effective identification of alcoholism. The Empirical Mode Decomposition (EMD) and Variational Mode Decomposition (VMD) are used to respectively decompose the considered EEG signals in Intrinsic Mode Functions (IMFs) and Modes. Onward, the SODPs, derived from first six IMFs and Modes, are considered. Features of SODPs are mined. To reduce the dimension of features set and computational complexity of the classification model, the pertinent features selection is made on the basis of Wilcoxon statistical test. Three features with p-values (p) of < 0.05 are selected from each intended SODP and these are the Central Tendency Measure (CTM), area and mean. These features are used for the discrimination between A and NA classes. In order to determine a suitable EEG signal segment length for the intended application, experiments are performed by considering features extracted from three different length time windows. The classification is carried out by using the Least Square Support Vector Machine (LS-SVM), Multilayer perceptron neural network (MLPNN), K-Nearest Neighbour (KNN) and Random Forest (RF) algorithms. The applicability is tested by using the UCI-KDD EEG dataset. The results are noteworthy for MLPNN with 99.89% and 99.45% accuracies for EMD and VMD respectively for 8-second window.

URLhttps://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0208521621001479
DOI10.1016/j.bbe.2021.12.009