Classification of electroencephalography using cooperative learning based on participating client balancing

Maytham N. Meqdad, Saif O. Husain, Alyaa Mohammed Jawad, Seifedine Kadry, Ahlam R. Khekan


Modern technologies are widely used today to diagnose epilepsy, neurological disorders, and brain tumors. Meanwhile, it is not cost-effective in terms of time and money to use a large amount of electroencephalography (EEG) data from different centers and collect them in a central server for processing and analysis. Collecting this data correctly is challenging, and organizations avoid sharing their and client information with others due to data privacy protection. It is difficult to collect these data correctly and it is challenging to transfer them to research centers due to the privacy of the data. In this regard, collaborative learning as an extraordinary approach in this field paves the way for the use of information repositories in research matters without transferring the original data to the centers. This study focuses on the use of a heterogeneous client balancing technique with an interval selection approach and classification of EEG signals with ResNet50 deep architecture. The test results achieved an accuracy of 99.14 compared to similar methods.


client balancing; cooperative learning; electroencephalography; ResNet50;

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International Journal of Electrical and Computer Engineering (IJECE)
p-ISSN 2088-8708, e-ISSN 2722-2578

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