阮約翰952221E007176

阮約翰952221E007176

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: NSC 95-2221-E-007-176 : 95 8 1 96 7 31 : : : E-mail: yuan@ie.nthu.edu.tw . : ( ) (cells) ( ) : ). ( : EEG …) (Fatigue) ). (Fatigue) ( ) ( ) (BP HR HRV HF LF LF HF) (1). (2). ( ) (3). (4). ( ) Abstract This project is to apply industrial engineering or operation research methods to the human circulation system to maintain its supply and transmission flow satisfactorily all the time in a preventive manner. The human circulation system can be regarded as flow network, in fact an energy supply and transmission (for example, water, gas, or electricity) system. Under the requirement that the demand of each sink (or load) must be met all the time, the supplier(s) or sources must be able to provide enough quantity supply per unit time and the transmission (or transportation) system must be able to deliver such supply at needed speed to each sink. In circulation system, the heart (or heart and lung) is regarded as the only supplier, each sink (for example, organ, tissue, and etc.) is also to further transmit the up streams flow to it finally back to the unique supplier. After such a regarding, the healthy of a
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2 human can be defined in terms of the system transmission traffic and supply. Hence, FMEA may be taken. And the manager of the system is to restore the system transmission traffic or supply as soon as possibly and preventively in case the system transmission traffic or supply is found unsatisfactorily. We will verify or apply the above studies to tired drivers case. Keywords: human circulation, physical index, driver failure ( ) (loops) ( ) :[Chen, 2001] : : (Motion Estimation) [Wu,2003] [Yi,2001] : [Obeid et al., 1990, Ruth, 1991, Briers, 1996] [Niu, 1993, 1994] 92 460 17.9%(460/2572) 1.3 (Fatigue) (Drowsiness) Nillson et al.(1997) Miller and Mackie(1980) : Craw ford(1961) Mark A. Schier(2000) EEG (Alpha) (Alpha) Harmony et al., (1996) EEG
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Horvath et al.(1976) ( ) EEG EEG (Erwin and Al, 1973, Volow and Erwin, 1973, Artant et al. 1994) Fisch(1991) EEG : (Delta) (Theta) (Alpha) (Beta) 0.5 ~ 4 Hz 4 ~ 7 Hz (Parietal) (Temporal) 8 ~ 13 Hz (Occipital) (Parietal) (Rhythm) 50 V 13 ~ 30 Hz (Frontal) (Parietal) EEG EEG :Marlcand(1990) (Alpha) (Theta) (Beta) (Drowsiness) (Alpha) (Alpha) Matousek and Peterson(1983) EEG EEG Matousek and Peterson(1983) Gevins et al.(1990) EEG Davies, (1965) Morrel(1966) Gale et al.(1977) EEG (Theta) (Alpha) Making and Jung(1995) (Theta) (Alpha) (a). (b). ( ) (c). (d). ( ) (BP HR HRV HF LF LF HF) Variation in Physiology Parameters Before and After Driving Tables 1 and 2 show the test results for Group A (without exercise) and Group B (with exercise), respectively. From Table 1, SYS, HR, HRV, TP(AU), HF(NU), LF(NU), VLF(AU), LF/HF, RMMSD, left palm temperature, and right palm temperature exhibited significant or very significant changes after continuous driving task for Group A, while changes in DIA LF(AU) and HF(AU) did not reach statistical significance. From Table 2, HR, HRV, LF(AU), and
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This note was uploaded on 11/27/2009 for the course IM MA420 taught by Professor Mar,lee during the Spring '09 term at National Taiwan University.

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