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Chun-Hsiang (Michael) Chuang
Chun-Hsiang (Michael) Chuang
National Tsing Hua University
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Wireless and wearable EEG system for evaluating driver vigilance
CT Lin, CH Chuang, CS Huang, SF Tsai, SW Lu, YH Chen, LW Ko
IEEE Transactions on biomedical circuits and systems 8 (2), 165-176, 2014
2572014
Multi-channel EEG recordings during a sustained-attention driving task
Z Cao, CH Chuang, JK King, CT Lin
Scientific data 6 (1), 19, 2019
1962019
Generalized EEG-based drowsiness prediction system by using a self-organizing neural fuzzy system
FC Lin, LW Ko, CH Chuang, TP Su, CT Lin
IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems I: Regular Papers 59 (9), 2044-2055, 2012
1712012
Brain dynamics in predicting driving fatigue using a recurrent self-evolving fuzzy neural network
YT Liu, YY Lin, SL Wu, CH Chuang, CT Lin
IEEE transactions on neural networks and learning systems 27 (2), 347-360, 2015
1672015
Spatial filtering for EEG-based regression problems in brain–computer interface (BCI)
D Wu, JT King, CH Chuang, CT Lin, TP Jung
IEEE Transactions on Fuzzy Systems 26 (2), 771-781, 2017
1162017
An EEG-based perceptual function integration network for application to drowsy driving
CH Chuang, CS Huang, LW Ko, CT Lin
Knowledge-Based Systems 80, 143-152, 2015
972015
Fuzzy integral with particle swarm optimization for a motor-imagery-based brain–computer interface
SL Wu, YT Liu, TY Hsieh, YY Lin, CY Chen, CH Chuang, CT Lin
IEEE Transactions on Fuzzy Systems 25 (1), 21-28, 2016
862016
An EEG-based fatigue detection and mitigation system
KC Huang, TY Huang, CH Chuang, JT King, YK Wang, CT Lin, TP Jung
International journal of neural systems 26 (04), 1650018, 2016
792016
Independent component ensemble of EEG for brain–computer interface
CH Chuang, LW Ko, YP Lin, TP Jung, CT Lin
IEEE Transactions on Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering 22 (2 …, 2013
792013
A dynamic subspace method for hyperspectral image classification
JM Yang, BC Kuo, PT Yu, CH Chuang
IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing 48 (7), 2840-2853, 2010
752010
Brain electrodynamic and hemodynamic signatures against fatigue during driving
CH Chuang, Z Cao, JT King, BS Wu, YK Wang, CT Lin
Frontiers in neuroscience 12, 181, 2018
692018
Kinesthesia in a sustained-attention driving task
CH Chuang, LW Ko, TP Jung, CT Lin
Neuroimage 91, 187-202, 2014
692014
Mind-wandering tends to occur under low perceptual demands during driving
CT Lin, CH Chuang, S Kerick, T Mullen, TP Jung, LW Ko, SA Chen, ...
Scientific reports 6 (1), 21353, 2016
652016
Identifying changes in EEG information transfer during drowsy driving by transfer entropy
CS Huang, NR Pal, CH Chuang, CT Lin
Frontiers in human neuroscience 9, 570, 2015
652015
Minority oversampling in kernel adaptive subspaces for class imbalanced datasets
CT Lin, TY Hsieh, YT Liu, YY Lin, CN Fang, YK Wang, G Yen, NR Pal, ...
IEEE Transactions on Knowledge and Data Engineering 30 (5), 950-962, 2017
622017
Forehead EEG in support of future feasible personal healthcare solutions: Sleep management, headache prevention, and depression treatment
CT Lin, CH Chuang, Z Cao, AK Singh, CS Hung, YH Yu, M Nascimben, ...
IEEE Access 5, 10612-10621, 2017
622017
Single channel wireless EEG device for real-time fatigue level detection
LW Ko, WK Lai, WG Liang, CH Chuang, SW Lu, YC Lu, TY Hsiung, ...
2015 International Joint Conference on Neural Networks (IJCNN), 1-5, 2015
612015
Exploring resting-state EEG complexity before migraine attacks
Z Cao, KL Lai, CT Lin, CH Chuang, CC Chou, SJ Wang
Cephalalgia 38 (7), 1296-1306, 2018
512018
EEG alpha and gamma modulators mediate motion sickness-related spectral responses
SW Chuang, CH Chuang, YH Yu, JT King, CT Lin
International journal of neural systems 26 (02), 1650007, 2016
502016
Can arousing feedback rectify lapses in driving? Prediction from EEG power spectra
CT Lin, KC Huang, CH Chuang, LW Ko, TP Jung
Journal of neural engineering 10 (5), 056024, 2013
482013
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