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A Study on the Improving Method of Academic Effect based on Arduino sensors
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A Study on the Improving Method of Academic Effect based on Arduino sensors
Bae, Youngchul; Hong, YouSik;
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The research for the improvement in math and science scores is active by the brain exercises, stress reliefs, and emotion sensitized illuminations. This principle is based on the following facts that the most effective brain turns are supported with the circumstances not only when the brain wave should keep stability and comfort in science criticism, but also when minimized stress and comfortable illumination should be adjusted in solving math problem. In this paper, in order to effectively learn mathematics and science, the most optimized simulating tests in learning conditions are conducted by using a stress relief. However, depending on the users' tastes, the effectiveness on favorite music or colors therapy have no convergency but many differentiations. Therefore, in this paper, in order to solve this problem, the proposed optimal illumination and music therapy treatment using fuzzy inference method.
Fuzzy Rules;Data Mining;Arduino Sensor;Heart Rate;
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