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In this paper, the multiagent methods are deployed for analysing complex brain activities. The brain functionalities are associated through multiagents. This paper adopts multi-agent-based methods to analyze EEG data sets, which can enhance the analytical efficiency through incorporating autonomous, self-coordination characteristics of agents. Intelligent agents are autonomous applications that can improve system compatibility. The preliminary results indicate that the combination of time-dependency correlation method with multi-agent method is an efficient solution for brain activity recognition.

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The automous characteristc of multiagents can improve the current brain analytical performance. Moreover, agents can form a neuron-like complex connectivity network that can imitate brain network.


The previous work has introduced a Segmented EEG Graph using PLA (SEGPA) model [1]. The SEGPA method incorporates the Piecewise Linear Approximation (PLA) algorithm and EEG-based weighted network for EEG analysis, which can efficiently process the real time EEG analysis. Furthermore, a SEGPA community framework has been created based on correlate the EEG nodes. Fig 1 shows brain functionality areas are represented by a correlated EEG electron nodes network and their EEG signal activities. In the above model, the SEGPA community framework can dynamically incorporate EEG electron nodes into a complex network to detect and identify brain activities. However, the SEGPA community framework is inefficient in dynamic adaptation and real time processing.

Henry Zane
NIT, Zhejiang University

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This page is a summary of: Complex brain activity analysis and recognition based on multiagent methods, Concurrency and Computation Practice and Experience, June 2020, Wiley,
DOI: 10.1002/cpe.5855.
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