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A TRIAL ON HIERARCHICAL EXTRACTION OF HIGHER ORDER CORRELATION BETWEEN ELECTROMAGNETIC AND SOUND WAVES AROUND A VDT ENVIRONMENT --- PRACTICAL USE OF BACKGROUND NOISE AND PROBABILITY PREDICTION

By M. Ohta and H. Ogawa

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Abstract:
In this paper, a trial of probabilistic signal processing which is possible to give methodological suggestion to some quantitative measurement method of compound and/or ac-cumulation effect in electromagnetic (abbr. EM) environment is discussed. In order to extract various types of latent interrelation characteristics between many of waved environmental factors (EM and sound waves) leaked from VDT in a real working situation, some extended regression system model reflecting hierarchically not only linear correlation information of the lower order but also nonlinear correlation information of the higher order is firstly introduced. Especially, differing from the previous study, all regression parameters of this model are identified by positively utilizing information of a background EM noise instead of eliminating it. Then, some evaluation method for predicting a whole fluctuation distribution form from sound to EM is newly proposed. Finally, the validity and effectiveness of this proposed method are partly confirmed through some principle experiment too by applying it to the actually observed data leaked by a VDT playing some television games in the room of an actual working environment.

Citation:
M. Ohta and H. Ogawa, "A Trial on Hierarchical Extraction of Higher Order Correlation Between Electromagnetic and Sound Waves Around a Vdt Environment --- Practical Use of Background Noise and Probability Prediction," Progress In Electromagnetics Research, Vol. 34, 285-298, 2001.
doi:10.2528/PIER01092102
http://www.jpier.org/PIER/pier.php?paper=0109212

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