Milan Rybář

Milan Rybář
University of Essex · School of Computer Science and Electronic Engineering

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Publications (5)
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Objective Semantic concepts are coherent entities within our minds. They underpin our thought processes and are a part of the basis for our understanding of the world. Modern neuroscience research is increasingly exploring how individual semantic concepts are encoded within our brains and a number of studies are beginning to reveal key patterns of...
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Objective: Semantic decoding refers to the identification of semantic concepts from recordings of an individual's brain activity. It has been previously reported in fMRI and EEG. We investigate whether semantic decoding is possible with functional near-infrared spectroscopy (fNIRS). Specifically, we attempt to differentiate between the semantic ca...
Conference Paper
The electroencephalogram (EEG) records a summed mixture of multiple sources of neural activity distributed throughout the brain. Source separation methods aim to un-mix the EEG in order to recover activity generated by the original sources. However, most current state-of-the-art source separation methods do not take into account the physical locati...
Conference Paper
We have uncovered serious flaws in handling EEG signals with a decreased rank in implementations of the common spatial patterns (CSP). The CSP algorithm assumes covariance matrices of the signal to have full rank. However, preprocessing techniques, such as artifact removal using independent component analysis, may decrease the rank of the signal, l...
Conference Paper
Open-ended evolution is still an unachieved goal in evolutionary computation. Evolution guided by objective functions can easily be trapped on local optima. Our approach is inspired by evolutionary paths along stepping stones, as observed in user behaviors of Picbreeder. We propose a general framework, inspiration-triggered search, which tries to r...

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