Multiagent modeling of emotions influence on physiological systems: new concept = Modelowanie wieloagentowe wpływu emocji na układy fizjologiczne: nowa koncepcja

Oleksandr Sokolov, Sebastian Meszyński, Piotr Weber, Dariusz Mikolajewski, Joanna Dreszer, Bibianna Bałaj, Sławomir Grzelak, Włodzisław Duch, Tomasz Komendziński

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Sokolov Oleksandr, Meszyński Sebastian, Weber Piotr, Mikołajewski Dariusz, Dreszer Joanna, Bałaj Bibianna, Grzelak Sławomir, Duch Włodzisław,  Komendziński Tomasz. Multiagent modeling of emotions influence on physiological systems: new concept = Modelowanie wieloagentowe wpływu emocji na układy fizjologiczne: nowa koncepcja. Journal of Education, Health and Sport. 2015;5(1):221-240. ISSN 2391-8306. DOI:10.5281/zenodo.16252

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Multiagent modeling of emotions influence on physiological systems: new concept

 

Modelowanie wieloagentowe wpływu emocji na układy fizjologiczne: nowa koncepcja

 

Oleksandr Sokolov1, Sebastian Meszyński1, Piotr Weber2,3, Dariusz Mikołajewski4,1,3, Joanna Dreszer5, 3, Bibianna Bałaj5, 3, Sławomir Grzelak6, Włodzisław Duch1, 3, Tomasz Komendziński5, 3

 

1 Department of Informatics, Nicolaus Copernicus University, Grudziądzka 5, Toruń, Poland

2 Collegium Medicum, Nicolaus Copernicus University, Bydgoszcz, Poland

3 Neurocognitive Laboratory, Centre for Modern Interdisciplinary Technologies, Nicolaus Copernicus University, Toruń, Poland

4 Institute of Mechanics and Applied Computer Science, Kazimierz Wielki University, Bydgoszcz, Poland

5 Faculty of Humanities, Nicolaus Copernicus University, Toruń, Poland

6 Faculty of Physics, Nicolaus Copernicus University, Toruń, Poland

 

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Prof. dr hab. Oleksandr Sokolov

Department of Informatics

Nicolaus Copernicus University

Grudziądzka 5

86-100 Toruń

Poland

e-mail: osokolov@is.umk.pl

 

Abstract

 

Background: Human physiological system belongs to the most complex systems which elements has been described in detail using different mathematical models. Due to  high complexity of elements, the design of whole physiological system depends on the goal of investigations. We would like to concentrate our efforts on emotions influence to physiological systems. That allows to create the model with specific properties that are important to such investigations.

Objectives: Primary aim of the study was to assess correlations – statistical relationships between emotional states and physiological parameters.  Secondary aim of this  work was an attempt to describe the physiological processes of subsystems - cardiac, respiratory, glucose-insulin system and their integration into a single information environment for the purpose of analysis, modeling, prediction and real-time control for a variety of diagnostic and analysis of  emotional states.

Material and methods: The investigated group consisted of 30 healthy people aged 21 years. In this study multilevel multiagent system is involved in investigation of emotion states modeling.

Results: The findings show how relatively simple breathing sensor can be useful both in recording of breath in patients with disorders of consciousness, and also to record the breath in anticipation of certain stimuli in psychological experiments.

Conclusions: Proposed concept can constitute another breakthrough in reliable modeling of human physiologic processes. It introduces multi-agent approach into computational analysis of cardiovascular, respiratory, glucose-insulin system, and provides their integration into a single information environment with coherent information flow and behavior.

 

Key words: cardiocascular system, respiratory system, insulin, emotions, computer simulation.

 

Streszczenie

 

Wprowadzenie: Układ fizjologiczny człowieka należy do najbardziej złożonych systemów, a jego poszczególne elementy zostały szczegółowo opisane za pomocą modeli matematycznych. Z powodu ich dużej złożoności projektowanie większych systemów jest uzależnione od celu badania. Nasze wysiłki chcemy skoncentrować na wpływie emocji na systemy fizjologiczne.

Cel: Celem podstawowym badania była ocena korelacji – powiązań statystycznych – między stanami emocjonalnymi a parametrami fizjologicznymi. Celem wtórnym badania była próba opisu procesów fizjologicznych za pomocą podsystemów: krążenia, oddechowego i wydzielania insuliny, jak również ich integracji w jedno środowisko informacyjne przydatne do analizy, modelowania, predykcji oraz kontroli w czasie rzeczywistym stanów emocjonalnych w celach diagnostycznych i naukowo-badawczych.

Materiał i metody: Badaną grupę stanowiło 30 zdrowych osób w wieku 21 lat. W badaniu wielopoziomowy system wieloagentowy wykorzystano do śledzenia stanów emocjonalnych człowieka.

Wyniki: Wyniki badania pokazują, jak stosunkowo prosty czujnik oddechu może być użyteczny zarówno do rejestrowania oddechu u pacjentów z zaburzeniami świadomości, jak również rejestracji oddechu w celu predykcji konkretnego bodźca w eksperymentach psychologicznych.

Wnioski: Proponowana koncepcja może stanowić kolejny postęp w wiarygodnym modelowaniu procesów fizjologicznych człowieka. Wprowadza ona modelowanie wieloagentowe do obliczeniowej analizy układów: sercowo-naczyniowego, oddechowego oraz ‘glukoza-insulina’ oraz zapewnia ich integrację w jednolite środowisko informacyjne ze spójnym przepływam informacji oraz zachowaniem.

 

Słowa kluczowe: układ sercowo-naczyniowy, układ oddechowy, insulina, emocje, symulacja komputerowa.


Keywords


cardiocascular system, respiratory system, insulin, emotions, computer simulation

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