Mobilenet, inception ResNet and GoogleNet for epilepsy detection using spectrogram images

Fatima Edderbali, Mohammed Harmouchi, Elmaati Essoukaki


Epilepsy is considered the most common cerebral disorder, around 1% of the worldwide population suffer from it. Recently, detection of epilepsy has attracted more and more attention. It has become a hastily increasing problem that can worsen their conditions which necessitate a specific and crucial attention where the symptoms can be an impaired awareness or motor symptoms. Besides that, the difficult process of manual inspection of electroencephalography electroencephalogram (EEG). This paper proposes using transfer learning models to detect both normal and epileptic brain activity and auto-classify signals from the brain. The models considered for this study are GoogleNet, MobileNet, and inception residual neural network inception ResNet. These models were associated with seven different classifiers such as discriminant. These classifiers were tested, analyzed and compared with each other. The efficiency of models is comparatively evaluated through result using multiple metrics. We therefore attained an accuracy of 96.53%, a precision of 97.18%, a false positive rate of 2.78% and an F1-score of 96.50%. Finally, comparison of the suggested approach with existing research shows that the performance of epilepsy classification has been markedly enhanced.


EEG; Epilepsy; GoogleNet; Inception ResNet; MobileNet

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The Indonesian Journal of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (IJEECS)
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