Review of Artifact Rejection Methods for Electroencephalographic Systems

  • Kanoga S
  • Mitsukura Y
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Technologies using electroencephalographic (EEG) signals have been penetrated into public by the development of EEG systems. During EEG system operation, recordings ought to be obtained under no restriction of movement for routine use in the real world. However, the lack of consideration of situational behavior constraints will cause techni- cal/biological artifacts that often mixed with EEG signals and make the signal processing difficult in all respects by ingeniously disguising themselves as EEG components. EEG systems integrating gold standard or specialized device in their processing strategies would appear as daily tools in the future if they are unperturbed to such obstructions. In this chapter, we describe algorithms for artifact rejection in multi-/single-channel. In particular, some existing single-channel artifact rejection methods that will exhibit ben- eficial information to improve their performance in online EEG systems were summa- rized by focusing on the advantages and disadvantages of algorithms.




Kanoga, S., & Mitsukura, Y. (2017). Review of Artifact Rejection Methods for Electroencephalographic Systems. In Electroencephalography. InTech.

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