STOCHASTIC PROCESSING OF CHAOTIC DYNAMICS OUTCOME
OF BIOMECHANICAL PARAMETERS IN HUMAN
1. Surgut State University, Lenina, 1, Surgut, Russia, 628412
The results of the stochastic analysis of postural tremor (as alleged involuntary movement) and tapping (as supposedly voluntary movement) are considered in a comparative perspective. It is proved that the stochastic analysis of the results of chaotic dynamics in tremorogramms and tapping does not give significant differences (absence of voluntariness). Typically, all samples are significantly different and it is impossible to distinguish subjects in their tremorogramms or tapingramm. The significant differences between sites of tremorogramms in terms of a normal distribution or a non-parametric distribution are demonstrated. A continuous variation of the distribution function is observed: parametric distribution shifts to non-parametric distribution, but among themselves they (distribution function) are all different. It is well known that the unpredictability and continuing changes in the state are characteristic feature of chaos. The evidence of special kind of chaos in biosystems which differs significantly from the deterministic chaos of Tom – Ar-nold is given.
Keywords: Surgut State University, Lenina, 1, Surgut, Russia, 628412