Brainwave implanted reservoir computing

Li Yu Chen, Yi Chun Chen, Jason C. Huang, Sophie Sok, Vincent Armbruster, Chii Chang Chen

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This work aims to build a reservoir computing system to recognize signals with the help of brainwaves as the input signals. The brainwave signals were acquired as the participants were listening to the signals. The human brain in this study can be regarded as the assistant neural networks or non-linear activation function to improve the signal recognition. We showed that within the brainwave frequency ranges from 14 to 16, 20, 30, and 32 Hz, the mean squared errors of the input signal recognition were lower than those without brainwaves. This result has demonstrated that the reservoir computing system with the help of human responses can obtain more precise results.

Original languageEnglish
Article number015253
JournalAIP Advances
Issue number1
StatePublished - 1 Jan 2024


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