Automatic detection and correction of blink artifacts in single channel EEG signals
International Journal of Advanced Computer Science and Applications
Ocular Artifacts (OAs) are inevitable during EEG acquisition and make the signal analysis critical. Detection and correction of these artifacts is a major problem now a day's. In this paper an energy detection method is used to detect the artifacts and performed wavelet thresholding within the researched zones to protect neural data at non blink regions. Various sets of Wavelet Transform (WT) techniques and threshold functions are collated and identification of the optimum combination for OA's separation is indicated in many research areas including Technology & Management. The output of these methods at blink regions is compared interns of various standard metrics using established techniques of Supply Chains. Results of this study demonstrate that the SWT+HT has better in rejecting the artifacts than other methods in this paradigm.
Rao, G. Bhaskar N.; Sankar, Anumala Vijay; Pani, Peri Pinak; and Sidhireddy, Aneesh, "Automatic detection and correction of blink artifacts in single channel EEG signals" (2020). Open Access Archive. 528.