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No-braking events) before the stimulus. 5 (see Fig. 6). 2 Comparison of Classification Results Based on ERP Features and a Novel Feature Combination The results of the classification analyzes using multivariate features are shown in Fig. 7. These features were extracted from stimulus-locked segments. The classification performance was measured in terms of AUC scores achieved by the outputs of RLDA classifiers on test data. The classifiers were trained to distinguish two of the three classes. Thus, there were three different class combinations to consider.
To slow down the vehicle, the participants spontaneously pressed the brake pedal. In this soft braking condition, the moment when the participant pressed the brake pedal was defined as the response onset (see Fig. 4a). 3 No-Braking Condition The no-braking condition comprised three kinds of traffic situations. 1) One was normal driving: the participants just focused on driving, and no stimulus was given (see Fig. 4a). 2) The no braking by brake light condition: when a leading Fig. 3 Stimuli related to emergencies (a) Sharp braking by the leading vehicle’s brake light, (b) Sharp braking by cutting-in, (c) Sharp braking by a pedestrian Fig.
The intuition is clear: with increasing accuracy, both classifier outputs will correctly predict and thus share the majority of class labels. However, the normalized mutual information did not reach values above 0:4 bit for any subject. To investigate, whether EEG and NIRS classifiers misclassify the same trials, the EEG classification accuracy of all trials was examined in relation to the NIRS classification accuracy of trials, where [HbO] was correct/incorrect. The results indicated, that EEG classification is largely invariant to the classification performance of [HbO] and [HbR].