NONPARAMETRIC LOCUS OF THE MOTOR ACTIVITY OF CILIATES IN BIOLOGICAL LIQUID DISPERSE MEDIA BASED ON DPASP
The article deals with the modeling of a two-stage nonparametric locomotive activity detector for infusoria sus-pended for use in an automated system for monitoring the toxicity of liquid disperse biological media based on the test-criterion «death of protozoa». It is shown that the use of such a detector can significantly increase the probability of correct detection and significantly reduce the probability of false detection of the mobility of pro-tozoa in the sample. The implementation of this detector based on a dynamically programmable analog signal processor is proposed, which makes it possible to simplify the process of developing and adjusting the device, and also to reduce the cost of signal processing due to the absence of a high-resolution analog-to-digital con-verter and a digital signal processor. The paper presents a block diagram of a nonparametric detector, as well as the results of its simulation.
Authors: A. V. Vaganov
Direction: Bioengineeringl Systems in Medicine and Ecology
Keywords: Nonparametric locus of the motor activity of suspended infusoria, decision block, biological liquid disperse me-dia, probability of detecting an informative signal, dynamically programmable analog signal processor, modeling
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