An innovative and robust technique for human identification and authentication based on a secure clinical signals transmission

Document Type : Research Paper


1 College of Dentistry, University of Al-Ameed, Karbala PO Box 198, Iraq

2 College of Pharmacy, University of Al-Ameed, Karbala PO Box 198, Iraq

3 Department of Computer Engineering and Information Technology, Faculty of Engineering, Razi University, Kermanshah, Iran


EEG (Electroencephalogram) is brain waves measure. It is available test allowed to discover the brain functions over time. The brain troubles are evaluated by EEG. It is used to locate the activity in the brain during a seizure and to consider the patients who suffer from brain functionality problems. These troubles include tumors, coma, confusion and long-term difficulties (such as weakness associated with a stroke). The acquisition of EEG signals requires contact and liveliness and these signals are changes under stress that make so potentially unnecessary if it is acquired under menace. In this paper, an innovative and robust solution for this problem is introduced. To this end, the manner depends on models of various data compression models of information-theoretic plus the metrics symmetry related to Kolmogorov complexity. The proposed procedure compares two EEG segments and clusters the data into three groups: a corresponding record for each participant, a distinct person for each group, and self-participant. The technique was used to determine the database participant based on EEG signals. Using a distance measuring approach suggested in this scheme, a 1-NN classifier was constructed. Nearly every person in the underlying database could be accurately identified by the classifier with $96\%$ accuracy


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Volume 13, Issue 1
March 2022
Pages 603-613
  • Receive Date: 24 June 2021
  • Revise Date: 12 August 2021
  • Accept Date: 06 September 2021
  • First Publish Date: 24 September 2021