Now that we had successfully run some more simulations with Davide’s and Maurits’s lock-in feedback algorithm, we still needed to decide which real life problems might be the most conductive to LiF’s optimum finding prowess. So the three of us recently met up at Davide’s room at VU University Amsterdam to discuss potentially interesting applications. Happily, we came up with plenty of good ideas – probably partly thanks to the large whiteboard in Davide’s room!
… somehow reminding me of the great whiteboard scene from “The Big Bang Theory” – though our session was certainly more interactive 🙂
Still, since we will probably find it near impossible to retroactively decipher the above whiteboard after more than a few days, I’ll write out a short list of some our ideas:
- LiF in Behavioral Economics, for example through assessing and optimizing the decoy effect
- LiF in Medicine, for example optimizing intelligent automatic glucose monitoring and administration
- LiF in Sports, for example regulating running pace (making use of time stretching)
- LiF in Physiology, for example a reactive electrodermal activity measure