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A Sleep Scoring System Using EEG Combined Spectral and Detrended Fluctuation Analysis Features

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Most of sleep disorders are diagnosed based on the sleep scoring and assessments. The purpose of this study is to combine detrended fluctuation analysis features and spectral features of single electroencephalograph (EEG) channel for the purpose of building an automated sleep staging system based on the hybrid prediction engine model. The testing results of the model were promising as the classification accuracies were 98.85%, 92.26%, 94.4%, 95.16% and 93.68% for the wake, non-rapid eye movement S1, non-rapid eye movement S2, non-rapid eye movement S3 and rapid eye movement sleep stages, respectively. The overall classification accuracy was 85.18%. We concluded that it might be possible to employ this approach to build an industrial sleep assessment system that reduced the number of channels that affected the sleep quality and the effort excreted by sleep specialists through the process of the sleep scoring.

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Farag, A. , El-Metwally, S. and Morsy, A. (2014) A Sleep Scoring System Using EEG Combined Spectral and Detrended Fluctuation Analysis Features. Journal of Biomedical Science and Engineering, 7, 584-592. doi: 10.4236/jbise.2014.78059.

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