A PARADIGM FOR PHYSIOLOGICAL DETECTION OF CRIMINAL INFORMATION-BRAIN FINGERPRINTING

T. Venkat Narayana Rao

Abstract


Brain fingerprinting discerns information stored within human brain. P300 is a particular, electrical brain wave acknowledgement, when a human being identifies and comprises of incoming stimulus that is remarkable or notable this P300 emitted by the brain within nanosecond. It seems to be insignificant and not considerable when an inappropriate stimulus is seen and also a P300 is do not emerge. In scientific community the P300 electrical brain wave acknowledgment is widely known and acquired. Supervised articles were published in the past thirty years there have been hundreds of studies. Medical scientists  in

their research on the P300 reaction, understood that the P300 was a one way of  substantial brain-wave response that termed as MERMER® (memory encoding related multifaceted electro-encephalographic response). MERMER encompasses a P300 signal acknowledgment, that raises from 300 to 800 ms later subject to stimulus. The patterns identified has shown more than 800 ms with better results. In this paper we have explored the functioning of brain and how brain wave responses could be useful in understanding human nature, its usage in crime investigation and computer forensic studies for identifying criminals and suspects.

 

Keywords: P300, polygraph, signal, response, MERMER


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