Quantified EEG in different G situations
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The electrical activity of the brain (EEG) has been recorded during parabolic flights in trained astronauts and non trained volunteers as well. The Fast Fourier analysis of the EEG activity evidenced more asymmetry between the two brain hemispheres in the subjects who suffered from motion sickness than in the others. However, such a FFT classification does not lead to a discrimination between deterministic and stochastic events. Therefore, a first attempt was made to calculate the dimensionality of "chaotic attractors" in the EEG patterns as a function of the different g-epochs of one parabola. Very preliminary results are given here.
Citationde Metz, K.; Quadens, O.; De Graeve, M. (1994). Quantified EEG in different G situations. , Acta Astronautica, Vol. 32, Issue 2, 151-157, DOI: 10.1016/0094-5765(94)90066-3.