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BCI Motor Imagery datasets usually are small and have different electrodes setups. When training a Deep Neural Network, one may want to capitalize on all these datasets to increase the amount of data available and hence obtain good generalization results.

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With sufficient centralized training data coming from multiple subjects, deep learning methods have achieved powerful EEG decoding performance. However, sending each individuals’ EEG data directly to a centralized server might cause privacy leakage. To overcome this issue, we present an inter-subject structure matching-based federated EEG decoding (FedEEG) framework. First, we introduce a center loss to each client (subject), which can learn multiple virtual class centers by averaging the corresponding class-specific EEG features.

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Stuttering is a complicated language disorder. The most common form of stuttering is developmental stuttering, which begins in childhood. Early monitoring and intervention are essential for the treatment of children with stuttering. Automatic speech recognition technology has shown its great potential for non-fluent disorder identification, whereas the previous work has not considered the privacy of users' data. To this end, we propose federated intelligent terminals for automatic monitoring of stuttering speech in different contexts.

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Epileptic seizure detection from long recordings of scalp electroencephalography (EEG) is a challenging task owing to their unpredictability in nature with the inclusion of noise, artifacts and subject dependency. We hypothesize that selection of training EEG data plays important role in the model performance. Thus, we introduced an active learning based training data selection and modification method with a Riemannian geometry, centroid alignment, tangent space mapping and a support vector machine classifier.

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Using deep learning methods to classify EEG signals can accurately identify people's emotions. However, existing studies have rarely considered the application of the information in another domain's representations to feature selection in the time-frequency domain. We propose a classification network of EEG signals based on the cross-domain feature fusion method, which makes the network more focused on the features most related to brain activities and thinking changes by using the multi-domain attention mechanism.

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Reconstructing images using brain signals of imagined visuals may provide an augmented vision to the disabled, leading to the advancement of Brain-Computer Interface (BCI) technology. The recent progress in deep learning has boosted the study area of synthesizing images from brain signals using Generative Adversarial Networks (GAN). In this work, we have proposed a framework for synthesizing the images from the brain activity recorded by an electroencephalogram (EEG) using small-size EEG datasets.

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In this short paper, we present the devised solutions for the subject identification and relapse detection tasks, which are part of the e-Prevention Challenge hosted at the ICASSP 2023 conference [1] [2] [3]. We specifically design an ensemble scheme of six models - five transformer-based ones and a CNN model - for the identification of subjects from wearable devices, while a personalized - one for each subject - scheme is used for relapse detection in psychotic disorder.

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Recently, many studies have been conducted on automated epileptic seizures detection. However, few of these techniques are applied in clinical settings for several reasons. One of them is the imbalanced nature of the seizure detection task. Additionally, the current detection techniques do not really generalize to other patient populations. To address these issues, we present in this paper a hybrid CNN-LSTM model robust to cross-site variability. We investigate the use of data augmentation (DA) methods as an efficient tool to solve imbalanced training problems.

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Recently, many studies have been conducted on automated epileptic seizures detection. However, few of these techniques are applied in clinical settings for several reasons. One of them is the imbalanced nature of the seizure detection task. Additionally, the current detection techniques do not really generalize to other patient populations. To address these issues, we present in this paper a hybrid CNN-LSTM model robust to cross-site variability. We investigate the use of data augmentation (DA) methods as an efficient tool to solve imbalanced training problems.

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