Movement Remote Command and Control in the Military Technical Systems Through the Inferential Method

19 Pages Posted: 17 Jun 2017

Date Written: March 15, 2017

Abstract

The research described in the paper at had approaches the interaction between the bio-signal and the remote movement control, by introducing an original mathematical model, regarding the psychophysiological inference from the EDA response bio-signals. The experiments were performed using an adequate design, consisting of two different techniques regarding bio-signals, in order to obtain, in variables corresponding to each of them, the same type of electrical behaviour. In order to establish the projective functions, a direct measurement method was used on the levels of potential in the epidermis’s alternative current, of base- (SPL) and response-type (SPR), the acquisition being executed with an integrated technical system, patented by the author in year 2013.

The statistical study targets the correlation analysis of the action of multiple stimuli on the EDA functions, respectively the analysis of the multiple correlations between the EEG and EDA patterns. Necessary in sending the remote command and control of a movement, this correlation in the electrical signal can be implemented in the BCI-type systems, offering superior possibilities of using the bio-feedback systems.

Keywords: bio-signals, electro-dermic response, correlation, BCI systems, command and control bio-feedback

JEL Classification: O31

Suggested Citation

Grigore, Dumitru, Movement Remote Command and Control in the Military Technical Systems Through the Inferential Method (March 15, 2017). Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2987647 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.2987647

Dumitru Grigore (Contact Author)

Psychometric Systems S.A. ( email )

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

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