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EEG-based Emotion Recognition with Music: A Model and Application

Date

2022-11

Authors

Scavotto, Zakariyya

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Abstract

With the growth of music streaming, both for pleasure and other applications, such as music therapy, being able to understand how music makes someone feel has increased in importance. The goal of this study was twofold: first, create a machine learning model to predict a subject’s emotional response to music; then integrate this trained model into an application that can predict someone’s emotional response based on live data. Using support vector machines (SVMs) as the basis of the machine learning model, a model was trained to recognize the correct emotional response with 64% accuracy, and the model was successfully implemented into a demonstration web application.

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Senior Research Project, Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology in Collaboration with George Mason University Neural Engineering Lab. November 2022.

Keywords

EEG, Emotion Recognition, Machine learning

Citation

Scavotto, Zakariyya. EEG-based Emotion Recognition with Music: A Model and Application. Senior Research Project, Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology in Collaboration with George Mason University Neural Engineering Lab. November 2022.