Iuliia Baksheeva

Iuliia Baksheeva
Saint-Petersburg State University of Aerospace Instrumentation · Institute of Radio Engineering, Electronics and Communications. Radio Engineering System's Department

PhD

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Nowadays, there has come to life a growing demand of society for obtaining objective quantitative evaluations in psychology, biology, neurophysiology, and other fields that did not concern metrology before. Such evaluations should meet measurement requirements. The measurement of emotions associated with acoustic signals is a typical example. On th...
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Civilization development requires a multifold increase in the volume of measuring information. Such an increase, to a significant extent, is caused by the necessity to solve qualitatively new measuring tasks. To meet this need is possible by the transition to new measuring technologies. The experience of the D.I. Mendeleyev Institute for Metrology...
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Significant features of using the equipment installed at nuclear, hydraulic and thermal power plants are a multiyear cycle of continuous operation with minimum maintenance works and very high costs necessary to eliminate the consequences of possible crashes. Automatic checking of the state of the most important equipment units can become the optima...
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Интеллектуальная измерительная система (ИИС) отличается функциями, которых нет у совокупности «средств измерений и других средств измерительной техники, размещенных в разных точках объекта измерения…» [1]. В первую очередь, это метрологический самоконтроль (МСК) [2-4], обеспечивающий контроль достоверности результатов измерений и, во многих случаях...
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The paper deals with the methods for improving the accuracy of emotion recognition as applied to the development of the instrument measuring an expected emotional impact of music compositions. Taking into account the "sincerity" of non-human animals, the investigation used their bioacoustic signals that were classified by a neural network.
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In the society there is a need for measuring expected emotional reactions of certain listener's category to a musical composition or excerpt performance, sounding of a musical instrument, speech intonation, and even advertisement. In the course of developing such an instrument that relies on the model of forming basic and complicated emotions, a me...
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In the society there is a need for measuring expected emotional reactions of certain listener's category to a musical composition or excerpt performance, sounding of a musical instrument, speech intonation, and even advertisement. In the course of developing such an instrument that relies on the model of forming basic and complicated emotions, a me...
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In the Industry 4.0 era. a topical metrological task is the development of measurement methods enabling measuring the parameters of development process, manifestation of which can become noticeable in some months or years. Specific examples illustrate the efficiency of the methods considered in the paper. In “smart” manufacturing and energetic syst...
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Background: The authors of the paper consider the possibility of using the emotion measurement model developed earlier with regard to music for automatic recognizing emotions in speech. In terms of prosodic (referred to intonations and accents) aspects of manifestation and perception of emotions, linguists conduct studies both in the field of speec...
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The paper deals with the task of measuring emotions that most likely arise as a result of certain acoustic impacts. This task is of interest for musicology, philology, medicine, robotics, etc. A measurement model is presented that reflects a “mechanism” of forming the emotions. Analysis of evolution of animal’s bioacoustic signals, calculations, an...
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In medicine, a strong necessity exists to develop methods and automatic instruments intended for automatic diagnostics of the state of health. The possibilities of well-known diagnostic methods using voice sounding are limited. An acoustic method of diagnostics is considered that relies on the model intended for measuring expected emotions, which w...
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Biological evolution and development of control systems have some common tendencies. Within the evolution process, animals acquired the ability to forecast changes in conditions of existence and to mitigate expected consequences of their undesirable impacts on population. The variation of life processes depending on day time or season can be consid...
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The paper deals with the variation of music perception depending on listeners' age. The study is based upon 3-step measurement model intended for measuring expected emotions caused by music and other acoustic impacts. This model was proposed earlier [1, 2]. The 1st step of the model contains a nonlinear converter, delay unit (on the basis of short-...
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Expressiveness is one of the most important characteristscs applied for explanation of somebody’s impression with regard to a musical composition or its performance. Until recently, this characteristic was completely subjective although a quantitative instrumental evaluation of the expressiveness of both musical compositions as a whole and their s...
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The paper deals with the evidences of emotion reflection in word and phrase sounding obtained on the basis of the model intended for measuring expected emotions caused by acoustic impacts. Investigations performed earlier have demonstrated that primitive (basic) emotions originate as a result of particular neurophysiological reactions within the in...
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Emotion origination is determined by forming a neurophysiologic reaction of infrasound frequency. This reaction initiates a transient to a state that is identified by listener’s feeling or behavior. According to the model intended for measuring expected emotions caused by music, which was proposed earlier, these reactions are generated due to a del...
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In the last edition of the International Vocabulary of Metrology the concept “measurement” was spread outside the field of physical quantities. This fact makes it relevant to analyze the experience of developing the models of multidimensional quantity measurements. The model of measurements of expected emotions caused by musical and other acoustic...
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Extension of measurement borders to the field of sciences studying man and society requires that quantities, which in most cases are multidimensional, have strict definitions. Definitions of these quantities and development of corresponding measurement models can contribute to revealing new dependences and processes unknown before. This statement i...
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The paper topic is investigation of the processes of aesthetic perception of music. Earlier, on the basis of calculations and hypotheses there was proposed a model of a mechanism of emotional music perception. This model can be used as a model for measuring expected emotions and aesthetic impressions. The model structure includes three steps. The f...
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In the last edition of the International Vocabulary of Metrology the concept “measurement” was spread outside the field of physical quantities. This fact makes it relevant to analyze the experience of developing the models of multidimensional quantity measurements. The model of measurements of expected emotions caused by musical and other acoustic...
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The paper deals with a 3-step model of measurements of prognosed emotions caused by music, which was proposed in previous papers of the authors. Its first step contains a preselector, time delay unit, nonlinear converter, frequency selector of the energy maximum zone, selector of oscillations with frequency values within a brain biorhythms zone, et...
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The paper deals with special features of the metrological approach to measurements of emotions. The results are given, which prove the validity of a hypothesis related to the nonlinear conversion of musical and other acoustic impacts into neurophysiologic reactions. These results also show that functions of basic blocks of a measurement model, whic...
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Background: Interpretation of the language of music as the language of communication implies that a special structure exists in music, which is representative for language. While estimating the emotional expressiveness of music, expert opinions are generally taken into consideration. However, for the further musical theory development and its influ...
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An interest quickly increases in measuring the parameters of the processes that characterize intelligent, in the first place, creative, activities of man related to emotional sphere development. A possibility is demonstrated to form a model for measuring emotions and emotional images caused by music and other acoustic impacts. The model is consider...
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At present, development of the concept related to the algorithms of solutions which are made in the human or animal brain and concern physiological function regulation and behavior motivation, is actual. It is shown that the strict (in the context of metrology) definition of a multidimensional measurand, development of a measurement model and measu...
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This study has been carried out within the frames of developing the methods for measuring an expected emotional listeners’ response to music. It relies upon (1) measurement of EEG response to a musical stimuli and (2) proposed measurement model linking a chord sound perception with an expected listeners’ emotion. This measurement model is based on...
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Wideband signals and their fields in media with frequency-dependent attenuation have been considered using an example of the analysis of propagation of ultrasonic signals in biological media. An analytical expression for the spatial frequency response of the layer of biological tissue with frequency-dependent attenuation for diagnostically meaningf...
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The report explains the process of conducting the experiments when studying emotional reaction to music. The studies devoted to objective distinctions, e.g., according to the electroencephalogram (EEG) of the brain, reactions of a listener to musical stimuli with various emotional colouring are actual. Standard procedures most often include repeat...
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In the paper a hypothesis concerning the mechanism of emotion formation as a result of perception of acoustic impacts is justified. A model for measuring emotions and some methods of emotion information processing are described, which enable signals-stimuli and their ensembles causing the emotions to be revealed.
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In the paper a hypothesis concerning the mechanism of emotion formation as a result of perception of acoustic impacts is presented. A model for measuring emotions and some methods of emotion information processing are described, which enable signals-stimuli and their ensembles causing the emotions to be revealed.
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Sensor devices with metrological self-check represent one of the most advanced directions in the present-day development of measurement technique. Generally, in the process of sensor device operation, results of the metrological self-check enable changes of metrological characteristics to be revealed, automatic correction of an error to be performe...
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FIELD: measurement equipment.SUBSTANCE: in process of operation they periodically determine values of a measured parameter and the controlled parameter of the measurement facility in process of operation, produced values of the controlled parameter are compared with the received reference value, each produced value of the measured value is memorise...
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In industry and transport, the automation of equipment is accompanied by the significant increase in the number of sensors built in this equipment. Traditional methods of periodical calibration become inefficient. A need to provide the reliable operation of automated equipment poses the problem of automatic checking the measurement information reli...
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The procedure for developing a sensor with metrological self-checking is shown by the example of a platinum resistance thermometer (PRT). The efficiency of the method suggested is grounded by results of the theoretical analysis and experimentally confirmed by the example of the PRTs with a sensing element of the “strain free design”. The sensors de...
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Brief analysis of principal methods which allow to perform testing of metrological serviceability of resistance thermometers is given. It is shown that these methods do not provide checking of measurement reliability directly in the operation process. A method of metrological diagnostic self-check, which enables to solve this problem is discussed....
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The reliability of measurement data obtained from sensors in process of their operation has become the issue of the day. The most advanced solution of the issue is metrological self-check. The authors have developed a method of metrological self-check of pressure sensors with elastic sensing elements (ESE). The efficiency of the method proposed is...

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The project is aimed at increasing the efficiency of multichannel measuring systems based on artificial intelligence
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To provide metrological reliability of measurement information within a calibration interval.