Related Recent Papers

The Compound Indexing of Human Self-Similar Behavioral Patterns, Petr Kloucek, Armin von Gunten, J. Applied Mathematics, 7, 2212-2228. Copyright © 2016 by authors and Scientific Research Publishing Inc. This work is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution International License (CC BY 4.0).

On the possibility of identifying human subjects using behavioral complexity analyses, Petr Kloucek, Armin von Gunten, Quantitative Biology 2016, 4(4): 261–269, DOI 10.1007/s40484-016-0088-8

The compound Spectral Indices of Human Stress, Petr Kloucek, Armin von Gunten, (2018) The Compound Spectral Indices of Human Stress. Applied Mathematics, 9, 1378-1394. Copyright © 2018 by authors and Scientific Research Publishing Inc.

Modeling Training Adaptation in Swimming Using Artificial Neural Network Geometric Optimization, J. Currard, P. Kloucek, B. Gojanovic, 2020, MDPI/Sports, Copyright © 2020 by authors and MDPI

The Predictive Geometric Theory Of Human Stress, Petr Kloucek and Armin von Gunten. Plos One, to appear, 2020

The Human Social Disctance and its Dynamics, Petr Kloucek, Armin von Gunten, To be published, 2020


Compound Indexing

Behavioral Identification

Spectral theory of stress


Geometric theory of stress

Stressors and stress measures

Real, symbolic, or imagined stimuli perceived as threatening by a person represent a stressor.
In the human species, proximity of other nonspecific can be either soothing or a major stressor depending on the context and the individuals involved.
Many factors constitute a major stressor for the elderly, especially those with cognitive impairment, when they are admitted to or stay in a hospital or nursing home.
Thus, adequate measures against stressors are paramount as a first step to reduce the negative influences of psychological stress to health.
Continuous psychological stress monitoring in daily life is important. There are two conventional methods to measure psychological stress: self-report and body fluid analysis.
The self-report method is hard put to monitor human stress consistently due to the lack of standards for stress status. The body fluid analysis is invasive and cannot measure stress continuously. | Phone: +41 (0)79 317 7889 | Cassiopee Applied Analytical Systems, Sàrl, Lausanne, Switzerland

Short Summaries

Compound Indexing: Introduction of behavioral entropy its underlying hysteresis and indexing of reactivity

Behavioral Identification: Introduction of centroids measures based on complexity of human behavioral patterns

Spectral Theory of Stress: Introduction of spectral theory of stress

Modelling Training Adaption Using AI: Introduction of the GAPI (Index): Geometric Athletic Performance Index

Predictive Geometric Theory of Stress: Introduction of an Artificial Intelligence based indexing of stress - pGSI, and resistance to the stress coefficient, pSRI

A theory of flocking: Introduction to social dynamics