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    Title: Relax the Chaos-Model-based Human Behavior by Electrical Stimulation Therapy Design
    Authors: 蔡志仁;Tsai, Zhi-Ren;張耀仁;Chang, Yau-Zen;張漢威;Zhang*, Han-Wei;Lin, C.T.;Lin, Chin-Tent
    Contributors: 資訊工程學系
    Date: 2016-11
    Issue Date: 2016-12-05 14:58:32 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: The brain's electrical activity is chaotic and unpredictable yet has a hidden order that is attracted to a certain region. There are numerous fractal strange attractors in the brain that change as thinking processes vary. Further, the thinking processes change the human behaviors, especially in schizophrenia or internet addiction. The proposed chaos modelling and control theory may offer useful and relevant information on electrical stimulation therapy design to change this thinking processes through stimulating the brain's electrical activities. The experimental result of relaxing body from a lots of electrotherapy clinics helps mental disorders relax the thinking chaos in mind to replace their chaotic behaviors from the brain's electrical activities. This paper tries to explain the above claim in the aspect of the electrotherapy and control theory to suggest the control signal of electrotherapy based on an assumption for chaos model of patient and its control signals design according to multiple stabilization solutions. In the future, the electrical stimulation therapy will be proof in the Raphael Humanistic Clinic or the other electrotherapy clinics.
    Relation: COMPUTERS IN HUMAN BEHAVIOR
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