The Study of Crew Physical and Psychological Evaluation Model and Sports Intervention Method
It is very important to research the physical and psychology of crew for ship safe. The artificial neural network theory is applied to the crew health evaluation, according to the crew health evaluation index. The corresponding BP neural network for health state evaluation established. Training samples of neural network obtained using the expert experience and statistical data. With the aid of computer and MATLAB software, the evaluation results can be conveniently achieved. BP neural network model that was trained can be operated "off-line", evaluate the crew physical and psychological health status accurately and effectively. And the guidance and recommendations of sports items intervention measures were given by crew health expert system. All these research will help the crew to improve the level of physical and psychology health.
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