Distinguishing Levels of Challenge from Physiological Signals for the Robot-Assisted Rehabilitation System, RehabRoby

2017-05-03
Palaska, Yunus
Erdogan, Huseyin
Ekenel, Hazım Kemal
MAŞAZADE, ENGİN
EROL BARKANA, DUYGUN
Investigation into robot-assisted rehabilitation systems, and robot-assisted systems that are capable of detecting and then modifying the rehabilitation task to have gained momentum in recent years. In this paper, our aim is to distinguish whether the subject is under-challenged or over-challenged using psychophysiological signal data collected from biofeedback sensors while executing the tasks with RehabRoby. Initially, features are extracted from the physiological signals (Blood Volume Pulse (BVP), Skin Conductance (SC), and Skin Temperature (ST)). The extracted features are examined in terms of their contribution to the classification of the overstressed/over-challenged, boredom/under-challenged using variance analysis (ANOVA). The most significant features are selected, and various classification methods are used to classify overstressed/over-challenged, boredom/under-challenged.

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Citation Formats
Y. Palaska, H. Erdogan, H. K. Ekenel, E. MAŞAZADE, and D. EROL BARKANA, “Distinguishing Levels of Challenge from Physiological Signals for the Robot-Assisted Rehabilitation System, RehabRoby,” 2017, p. 0, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/67961.