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These waves are specific, a The rate is 8 13 Hz band and appears in periods of wakefulness. and relaxation For deep relaxation waves of 10 Hz are prevalent biological. clock coinciding with the resonance frequency of the magnetic field. b The has components from 14 32 Hz amplitude below 30 is. associated Vvv and thinking,c The has frequency band from 33 55 even 70 Hz. d The has frequencies between 0 5 3 Hz amplitudes of 50 150. Vvv and occurs in children and adult sleep On waking adult it is pathological. e The have components from 4 7 Hz 30 70 Vvv amplitudes are. meeting frequently and adult children in isolated cases A high percentage. indicates adult mental problems, We did an analysis in terms of maximum minimum attention and. meditation separately following these aspects the number of variations on the. maximum number of variations on the minimum duration of the cumulative. average maximum average minimum cumulative duration in seconds ln. measuring a minute the median distance in generic units compared to median. chart for maximum and minimum, Analysis is performed in graphical visual projection made in Excel as a. csv file on primary data obtained in measuring input We considered all relevant. notable variations and oscillations in the range of 15 variation relative to. minimum and maximum variation The value of 15 is determined as relevant. correlative after visual analysis of graphs in their ensemble. Figure 2 Attention and meditation graphical representation. Graphic variation S1,Maxim Maxim,No No Cumulative Cumulative median median.
maximum minimum duration duration on distance on distance on. MEASURE S1,variation variation on max min max in min in. 15 15 seconds seconds generic generic,units units,M1 morning 1 6 3 7 40 58. M1 after noon 1 3 1 4 45 32,M2 morning 1 4 2 6 38 38. M2 after noon 1 4 4 5 50 46,M3 morning 0 6 0 14 0 38. M3 after noon 2 6 6 11 28 33,M4 morning 9 2 15 8 20 30.
M4 after noon 1 2 20 8 50 50,M5 morning 2 4 5 10 28 28. M5 after noon 1 5 8 14 40 34,MEDITATION,Maxim Maxim. No No Cumulative Cumulative median median, maximum minimum duration duration on distance on distance on. MEASURE S1,variation variation on max min max in min in. 15 15 seconds seconds generic generic,units units,M1 morning 2 3 4 3 40 58.
M1 after noon 2 5 3 5 10 32 14,M2 morning 3 1 3 2 18 42. M2 after noon 4 3 8 7 50 38,M3 morning 3 6 3 15 35 38. M3 after noon 2 2 4 2 40 45,M4 morning 3 3 12 18 12 32. M4 after noon 2 1 14 5 35 45,M5 morning 3 3 25 8 32 12. M5 after noon 2 1 6 4 34 40,Figure 3 Attention vs Meditation density.
3 Conclusions, Looking at the graphs for the period Morning Afternoon note. Meditation few conclusions can be drawn, For the same subject there is a clear difference in the ratio of oscillations. at high low for Attention Meditation maximum 19 variations attention. minimum 42 variations meditation 26 minimum 28 maximum meditation. practice is similar to the number of variations in exchange for attention that there. is an important difference can be an element of pattern. The same trend is maintained oscillations on the cumulative average. length variations but with the observation that the difference is not as great in. terms of percentages 54 and 7 in terms of number of oscillations compared. with 26 in those 12 in terms of aggregate figures seconds of oscillation or in. relation to the median maximum vs minimum distance where we have reports of. 12 and 10 Such oscillations report the percentage of minimum maximum. pattern may be an element while the percentage ratio seconds oscillations can. not be an element of pattern Similarly no median distance in maximum. minimum ratio can not be an element of pattern, The higher the number of oscillations per interval is higher represented. on the chart maximum or minimum median reported to work shows an. orientation of the subject during measurement, As for the subject one can conclude that in terms of attention it is. oriented measurements whole spectrum of minimum values while meditation is. oriented balanced between minimum and maximum spectrum. In the report the morning afternoon S1 shows the minimum balance. spectrum for both features attention and meditation and a maximum spectrum. imbalance in attention and maximum spectrum balance for meditation. Another observation in maximum spectrum is related to the fact that. there is no measuring the maximum amount of attention was below the median. can enunciate theory that for that time period manifested a generic phenomenon. called escape attention In a monitor longer lasting more manifestation of. such periods escape the attention of the analysis may be the possibility of the. existence of illnesses problems concentrating and focusing Such material can. be used as a point of pattern to detect certain diseases behavioral predictions. Usually such moments that should be correlated with the action taken by the. subject practice since it would impose a video recording sessions measurement. to determine if escape attention is not based on subjective factors such as. subject s predisposition to certain themes her personal preferences other local. disturbance, Establishing a pattern element can therefore consider including taking a.
minimum maximum number of oscillations in the framework of relevant. repetitive measurements EEG can be a good technical context in order to. establish some personal pattern elements,REFERENCES. 1 Power Spectrum Analysis of EEG Signals for Estimating Visual. Attention International Journal of Computer Applications 0975 8887. Volume 42 No 15 March 2012, 2 Time frequency analysis of electroencephalogram series S Blanco. Physical Review E Volume 51 No 3, 3 A Local Neural Classifier for the Recognition of EEG Patterns. Associated to Mental Tasks Jos del R Mill n Josep Mouri o IEEE. TRANSACTIONS ON NEURAL NETWORKS Vol 13 No 3, 4 Classification of Patterns of EEG Synchronization for Seizure. Prediction 2008 IEEE Workshop on Machine Learning for Signal. Processing,ACKNOWLEDGMENT, This paper has been financially supported within the project entitled Horizon 2020.
Doctoral and Postdoctoral Studies Promoting the National Interest through. Excellence Competitiveness and Responsibility in the Field of Romanian. Fundamental and Applied Scientific Research contract number. POSDRU 159 1 5 S 140106 This project is co financed by European Social Fund. through Sectoral Operational Programme for Human Resources Development 2007. minimum 42 variations meditation 26 minimum 28 maximum meditation practice is similar to the number of variations in exchange for attention that there is an important difference can be an element of pattern The same trend is maintained oscillations on the cumulative average length variations but with the observation that the difference is not as great in terms of percentages 54 and 7

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