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conclusion of the neurophysiological study mentioned
in the " DNNs " section.
Conclusion
This article investigated the potential conclusion coherence
of a working memory study between the approach
from the DNN-based perspective and the methods from the
neurophysiological perspective. The results revealed the
fact that the overall network looks into certain common
areas to distinguish the topographical EEG data under different
workloads. Also, the brain areas that tended to get
focused are in the PFC area, which merits the conclusions
made from the conventional neural physiological studies.
Acknowledgment
This work involved human subjects or animals in its
research. The authors confirm that all human/animal subject
research procedures and protocols are exempt from
review board approval.
About the Authors
Yurui Ming (yrming@gmail.com) is with the Department
of Information Technology, Beijing Institute of Education,
Beijing, 100120, China and the School of Computer Science,
Faculty of Engineering and IT, University of Technology
Sydney, Sydney, NSW, 2007, Australia.
Chin-Teng Lin (chin-teng.lin@uts.edu.au) is with the
School of Computer Science, Faculty of Engineering and IT,
University of Technology Sydney, Sydney, NSW, 2007, Australia.
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