Average evoked potential data recorded as impulse responses of brains to electric shocks show Bessel-like functional distributions which we analyze in terms of couples of damped/amplified oscillators. This reproduces results obtained in terms of ordinary differential equations (Freeman K-sets) and offers the possibility of a direct connection with the dissipative model of brain in the quantum gauge field theory paradigm. We study the control mechanism by fine tuning the model parameters and the brain property of discriminating between two similar behaviors or perceptions. We suggest that a similar control mechanism may be useful in security communication protocols. Finally, brain activity and mental activity is considered in the light of our results.

Bessel-like functional distributions in brain average evoked potentials

Capolupo A.;Vitiello G.
2017-01-01

Abstract

Average evoked potential data recorded as impulse responses of brains to electric shocks show Bessel-like functional distributions which we analyze in terms of couples of damped/amplified oscillators. This reproduces results obtained in terms of ordinary differential equations (Freeman K-sets) and offers the possibility of a direct connection with the dissipative model of brain in the quantum gauge field theory paradigm. We study the control mechanism by fine tuning the model parameters and the brain property of discriminating between two similar behaviors or perceptions. We suggest that a similar control mechanism may be useful in security communication protocols. Finally, brain activity and mental activity is considered in the light of our results.
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