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Paper Title :
The Comparison Of Electroencephalography Of Architecture Students Who Are On Duty And Those Who Are Not

Author :Ilker Erkan, Aysegul Simsek Erkan

Article Citation :Ilker Erkan ,Aysegul Simsek Erkan , (2016 ) " The Comparison Of Electroencephalography Of Architecture Students Who Are On Duty And Those Who Are Not " , International Journal of Advances in Science, Engineering and Technology(IJASEAT) , pp. 7-11, Volume-4,Issue-2, Spl. Iss-3

Abstract : The culture of Architecture school is very conservative and insular culture. That means education is very wearisome. The result is fatigue and sleeplessness. Sleeplessness is a widespread problem the entire world. Sleeplessness is affect to some people who interested in study on serious data. Scalp Electroencephalography (EEG) is a noisy, non- stationary signal produced by an aggregate of brain activity from neurons close to the scalp. Previous research has identified a relationship between information extracted from resting scalp EEG and sleeplessness, but it has not been established if this relationship is strong enough to have meaningful diagnostic utility and non-tested student relationship. In this study, we investigate the efficacy of using supervised machine learning on resting scalp EEG data to build models that can match clinical diagnoses of Sleeplessness dependence about faculty of architecture students. Keywords- Architecture school, Sleeplessness, Electroencephalography, Architectural Education, Turkey.

Type : Research paper

Published : Volume-4,Issue-2, Spl. Iss-3


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