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Volume 44, 2022International Conference on Automation, Computing and Communication 2022 (ICACC-2022)
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|Published online||05 May 2022|
Drowsiness Detection using EEG signals and Machine Learning Algorithms
Ramrao Adik Institute of Technology, Electronics and Telecommunication Department, Navi Mumbai, India
Drowsiness is described as a state of reduced consciousness and vigilance accompanied by a desire or want to sleep. Driver tiredness is frequently detected using wearable sensors that track vehicle movement and camera-based systems that track driver behavior. Many alternative EEG-based drowsiness detection systems are developed due to the potential of electroencephalogram (EEG) signals to observe human mood and the ease with which they may be obtained. This paper applies Deep learning architecture like Convolutional Neural networks (CNN) and algorithms for the classification of EEG data for Drowsiness Detection. The key measures of video-based approaches include the detection of physical features; nevertheless, problems such as brightness limitations and practical challenges such as driver attention limits its usefulness. The main measure of video-based methods is the degree of closure of the eyelids; however, its success is limited by constraints like as brightness restrictions and practical challenges such as driver distraction. We have extracted statistical features and trained using various classifiers like Logistic Regression, Naïve Bayes, SVM, and K Nearest Neighbours and compared the accuracy using a deep learning CNN model. Results demonstrate that CNN achieved an accuracy of 94.75% by delegating feature extraction on itself. Upon comparing existing state–of–the–art drowsiness detection systems, the testing results reveal a higher detection capability. The results show that the the suggested method can be used to develop a reliable EEG-based driving drowsiness detection system.
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