A Method to Extract P300 EEG Signal Feature Using Independent Component Analysis (ICA) for Lie Detection

Wahyu Caesarendra


Abstract


The progress of today's technology is growing very quickly. This becomes the motivation for the community to be able to continue and provide innovations. One technology to be developed is the application of brain signals or called with electroencephalograph (EEG). EEG is a non-invasive measurement method that represents electrical signals from brain activity obtained by placement of multiple electrodes on the scalp in the area of the brain, thus obtaining information on electrical brain signals to be processed and analyzed. Lie is an act of covering up something so that only the person who is lying knows the truth of the statement. The hidden information from lying subjects will elicit an EEG-P300 signal response using Independent Component Analysis (ICA) in different shapes of amplitude that tends to be larger around 300 ms after stimulation. The method used in the experiment is to invite subject in a card game so that the process can be done naturally and the subject can well stimulated. After the trials there are several results almost all subjects have the same frequency on the frequency of 24-27 Hz. This is a classification of beta waves that have a frequency of 13-30 Hz where the beta wave is closely related to active thinking and attention, focusing on the outside world or solving concrete problems.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.22219/jemmme.v2i1.4796 | Abstract views : 385 | PDF views : 11

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