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Structural model of adaptive contours of bioinstrumental information-measuring system


Structural model of adaptive contours of bioinstrumental information-measuring system

Naumov V.Yu.,Mukha Yu.P., Avdeyuk О.A.,Shevchuk V.P., Avdeyuk D.N.

Incoming article date: 06.10.2017

The article deals with the question of constructing an analytical model in assessing a person's functional state. It is indicated that for complex measurement problems it is advisable to use the principles of constructing measuring systems, formulated in terms of system functions using the fractal-categorical approach; the technique is applicable in the design and analysis of complex medical complexes, and the resulting system function of a complex medical complex is the basis for further analysis within the selected method; The structural-analytical method for constructing complex systems makes it possible, by analyzing the requirements and constraints of the system, to optimize the functions of transferring control actions, to build blocks, parts of the structure on their basis, and to optimize inter-unit communications. The approach described in the article to the process of hematological research makes it possible to analyze the adaptive response of the body's hematopoietic system to external influences of a different nature and intensity.

Keywords: structural and analytical method, information-measuring system, information flows, hematopoietic system, category diagram, functors, adaptation contour, bioinstrumental information-measuring system, control signal, measurements.