10th International Conference on Electrical and Electronics Engineering (ELECO), Bursa, Türkiye, 30 November - 02 December 2017, ss.520-523
Emotional state analysis is an interdisciplinary arena because of the many parameters that encompass the complex neural structure and electrical signals of the brain and in terms of emotional state differences. In recent years, emotional state data have been examined by using data-driven methods such as Empirical Mode Decomposition as well as classical time-frequency methods. Although Empirical Mode Decomposition has many advantages, it has disadvantages such as being designed for univariate data, prone to mode mixing, and providing signal via a sufficient number of the local extrema. To overcome these disadvantages, in this study, the Noise-Assisted Multivariate Empirical Mode Decomposition has been shown to classify the emotional state using electroencephalographic signals.