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Ian Daly , Brain Embodiment Lab, School of Systems Engineering, University of Reading, Reading, UK
Asad Malik , Brain Embodiment Lab, School of Systems Engineering, University of Reading, Reading, UK
James Weaver , Brain Embodiment Lab, School of Systems Engineering, University of Reading, Reading, UK
Faustina Hwang , Brain Embodiment Lab, School of Systems Engineering, University of Reading, Reading, UK
Slawmoir J. Nasuto , Brain Embodiment Lab, School of Systems Engineering, University of Reading, Reading, UK
Duncan Williams , Interdisciplinary Centre for Music Research, University of Plymouth, Plymouth, UK
Alexis Kirke , Interdisciplinary Centre for Music Research, University of Plymouth, Plymouth, UK
Eduardo Miranda , Interdisciplinary Centre for Music Research, University of Plymouth, Plymouth, UK
ABSTRACT
Brain-computer music interfaces (BCMI) provide a method to modulate an individuals affective state via the selection or generation of music according to their current affective state. Potential applications of such systems may include entertainment of therapeutic applications. We outline a proposed design for such a BCMI and seek a method for automatically differentiating different music induced affective states. Band-power features are explored for use in automatically identifying music-induced affective states. Additionally, a linear discriminant analysis classifier and a support vector machine are evaluated with respect to their ability to classify music induced affective states from the electroencephalogram recorded during a BCMI calibration task. Accuracies of up to 79.5% (p < 0.001) are achieved with the support vector machine.
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Ian Daly, Asad Malik, James Weaver, Faustina Hwang, Slawmoir J. Nasuto, Duncan Williams, Alexis Kirke, Eduardo Miranda, "Identifying music-induced emotions from EEG for use in brain-computer music interfacing", , vol. 00, no. , pp. 923-929, 2015, doi:10.1109/ACII.2015.7344685
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