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International Journal of Information Technology & Computer Science ( IJITCS )

Abstract :

The brain wave activity while a person is either telling the truth or being deceptive is investigated. A subject brain wave activities based EEG-P300 component is monitored while they first respond truthfully and then falsely to questions in regards to a mock theft scenario. Twelve subjects whose age are around 20 ± 1 years old were involved in the experiment. For extraction and classificaton, an independent component analysis and adaptive neuro-fuzzy inference systems were applied. The gathered data were then divided into training and test data to produce several models. The results show that a larger spike in the P300 component when the subject was instructed to conceal which watch they had chosen. The findings of these experiments have been promising in testing the validity of using an EEG in deception detection.

Keywords :

: ERP, EEG-P300, ANFIS method, FeatureExtraction .

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