Fuzzy Determination of the Human’s Level of Psycho-Emotional
Determination of psycho-emotional tension on humans is performed by means of psychological tests, the electrical characteristics of biologically active points connected with the psycho-emotional sphere, and on indicators characterizing the state of a subject’s visual attention. The level of such tension is determined as an aggregate of these three components with the rules of fuzzy logic. It is shown that the resulting method can be used as an informative feature for prediction and medical diagnosis of conditions such as stomach and heart disease. The use of dissimilar parameters characterizing different areas of psychology takes into account the systemic nature of mental phenomena such as psycho-emotional tension. Fuzzy logic decision-making can correctly account for uncertainties in a parameter under consideration, combined with incomplete understanding of its properties in practice. Additionally, such an assessment of psycho-emotional tension allows one to integrate this indicator into fuzzy output systems for a broad range of tasks in the fields of medical and psychological diagnosis, including vocational suitability.
Keywordsfuzzy logics psycho-emotional tension certainty factors
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