Machinery Failure Approach and Spectral Analysis to Study the Reaction Time Dynamics over Consecutive Visual Stimuli: An Entropy-Based Model.
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Iglesias Martínez, Miguel Enrique; Hernaiz Guijarro, Moisés; Castro Palacio, Juan Carlos; Fernández de Córdoba Castellá, Pedro J.; Isidro San Juan, José María; Navarro Pardo, Esperanza Perfil
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The reaction times of individuals over consecutive visual stimuli have been studied using an entropy-based model and a failure machinery approach. The used tools include the fast Fourier transform and a spectral entropy analysis. The results indicate that the reaction times produced by the independently responding individuals to visual stimuli appear to be correlated. The spectral analysis and the entropy of the spectrum yield that there are features of similarity in the response times of each participant and among them. Furthermore, the analysis of the mistakes made by the participants during the reaction time experiments concluded that they follow a behavior which is consistent with the MTBF (Mean Time Between Failures) model, widely used in industry for the predictive diagnosis of electrical machines and equipment.

    Iglesias Martínez, Miguel Enrique Hernaiz Guijarro, Moisés Castro Palacio, Juan Carlos Fernández de Córdoba Castellá, Pedro J. Isidro San Juan, José María Navarro Pardo, Esperanza 2020 Machinery Failure Approach and Spectral Analysis to Study the Reaction Time Dynamics over Consecutive Visual Stimuli: An Entropy-Based Model. Mathematics 8 11 1979 1979
https://doi.org/10.3390/math8111979

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