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Multidimensional Model for Estimating the Error in the Diagnosis of the Organism Elemental Status

S. Akimov(1), Pavel Vedeneev(2), Alexandr Mikhailovich Pishchukhin(3*)

(1) Department of Control and Informatics, Orenburg State University, Russian Federation
(2) Department of Control and Informatics, Orenburg State University, Russian Federation
(3) Department of Control and Informatics, Orenburg State University, Russian Federation
(*) Corresponding author


DOI: https://doi.org/10.15866/ireaco.v11i4.14331

Abstract


The elemental status diagnosis of the body is a medical tool that allows to monitor important vital functions. There are several methods for organizing this diagnosis. This paper considers a new method based on the presentation of diagnostic data in a multidimensional space. Multidimensional space is a convenient mean to represent large amounts of information. The novelty of the approach in this research is based on the fact that the totality of the weight parts of all elements from the periodic table together makes up the weight of a person. In a multidimensional space, organisms with the same weight have the same sum of coordinates and are located on one hyperplane. Since for any norms it is important to have a ratio between the quantities that reflect the content of the elements, a ray becomes the standard for the class, for each point of which the ratio between the coordinates is observed. To compare the methods determination the standard for the class, another multidimensional space is organized, the coordinates of which are the direction cosines of the standard rays. It is shown that in this space the proposed method has an increased accuracy in comparison with the six considered.
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Keywords


Elemental Status; Multidimensional Geometry; Ray of Norms; Equal Weight Hyperplane; Elemental Status Diagnostics

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