Multiple Correlations between EEG and GSR Patterns on Remote Movement Command and Control

8 Pages Posted: 13 Jun 2017

Date Written: May 31, 2015

Abstract

The description of a command and control loop, based on biosignals that are collected through projective functions from the cerebral cortex (GSR biosignals) or through EEG biosignals, involves establishing an experience database that contains signal structure patterns, which are formed in the interaction of the subject with all the stimuli in his cognitive field. Command and control will be provided through pattern recognition. This paper offers a number of correlations between patterns of GSR and EEG signals, collected simultaneously from the same person by manipulating a number of stimuli with a high degree of discrimination in the field of perception.

Keywords: phasic stimulation, based experiences, stimulus, cognitive field, pattern recognition

JEL Classification: O31

Suggested Citation

Grigore, Dumitru, Multiple Correlations between EEG and GSR Patterns on Remote Movement Command and Control (May 31, 2015). Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2984787 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.2984787

Dumitru Grigore (Contact Author)

Psychometric Systems S.A. ( email )

Calea Dorobantilor, Nr. 98-100
Cluj-Napoca, 400609
Romania

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