Biometrics based on electroencephalogram (EEG) signals is an emerging research topic. Several recent results have shown its feasibility and potential for personal identification. However, they all use a single task (e.g., signals recorded during imagination of repetitive left hand movements or during resting with eyes open) for classifier design and subsequent identification. In contrast with this,...
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