Denoising electromyogram and electroencephalogram signals using improved complete ensemble empirical mode decomposition with adaptive noise

S. Elouaham, A. Dliou, N. Elkamoun, R. Latif, S. Said, H. Zougagh, K. Khadiri

Abstract


The health of the brain and muscles depends on the proper analysis of electroencephalogram and electromyogram signals without noise. The latter blends into the recording of biomedical signals for external or internal reasons of the human body. Therefore, to obtain a more accurate signal, it is needed to select filtering techniques that minimize the noise. In this study, the techniques used are empirical mode decomposition and its variants. Among the new versions of variants is the improved complete ensemble empirical mode decomposition with adaptive noise. These methods are applied to electroencephalogram and electromyogram signals corrupted by natural noise and white Gaussian noise. The obtained results through the use of the improved complete ensemble empirical mode decomposition with adaptive noises how the high performance that includes minimizing the noise and the effectiveness of the components of the signals used in the present research. This method has low values of the mean square error and high values of signal-to-noise ratio compared to other methods used in this study.

Keywords


CEEMDAN; EEG; EMG; ICEEMDAN; MAUPs

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DOI: http://doi.org/10.11591/ijeecs.v23.i2.pp829-836

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