Ігор Миколайович Огородник, Олена Володимирівна Висоцька, Олег Васильович Крутов


The object of the research is the computerized health-improving complex “Quanton” and the process of its optimization by the performance criterion. This complex is designed for quick non-invasive diagnostics of the man and restoration of their functional and physiological state using quantum-wave action. It allows the human body to independently determine the characteristics of this action. The principle of operation of this complex is based on the identified fundamental laws of the reactions of the human body to certain electro-wave bio-resonance effects. These patterns are manifested in the form of changes in the values of individual physical parameters of the body, which can be objectively measured and used to determine the desired characteristics of healing effects. One of the most problematic issues of the existing samples of the complex is an insufficient performance, mainly by the consistent principle of work organization and using the manual method of obtaining and processing a significant amount of information when performing the diagnostic process. At the same time, the functionality of this complex can be realized with the help of various at the level of technicalization of the element base and various parametric solutions.

The method of complex structural-parametric optimization was used. Optimization is made according to the general process of diagnosis and the normalization of the body. At the same time, many typical ways to manage the performance of technical objects were used. Increased productivity of the computerized health and fitness complex “Quanton” was achieved due to:

- minimization of the initial scope of work based on the results of an integrated assessment of the radiation spectrum of the body;

- improving the speed of preparatory work by automating the process of finding and using multi-contact sensors;

- minimizing the time of the test signals;

- the use of information markers, the content of which is based on the principle of hierarchical information subordination;

- minimization of the duration of the main wave action due to the body's independent choice of this duration;

- minimizing the number of sessions.

According to the results of applying these techniques, the possibility of increasing the performance of the “Quanton” complex up to 8.7 times was established.


optimization; performance; diagnostics; recovery; computerized complex; decimeter wave therapy


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.32620/reks.2019.2.13


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