MICROBE Method Evaluation Form
MICROBE Method integrates coronaviruses and stress management techniques, Damasio’s somatic marker hypothesis (Damasio, 1994); Russell’s circumplex model of affect (Russell, 1980); emotional, affective, biometrics and the surrounding environment (pollution, noise, etc.) (pollution, noise, etc.) data; neuro-decision and neuro-correlation matrices; biometric and opinion mining methods; spatial analysis of categorical data by means of built environment analysis and multiplecriteria methods, for example, generation of human affective, emotional, biometrical states and the surrounding environment (pollution, noise, etc.) maps; neuro-questionnaire method; affective computing. It also involves statistical analysis (LOGIT, KNN, MBP, RBP), recommender technique and Web-based opinion analytics technique, as well as five methods for multiple-criteria analysis. Consultations will be held with scholars from foreign countries is expected regarding the integration of different research methods.
The purpose of this survey is to identify the advantages and disadvantages of the developed method, which would help to improve the developed method.
The method description can be found in the link: http://microbe-erasmus.vilniustech.lt/wp-content/uploads/2022/02/Developed-MICROBE-method-2.pdf
Erasmus+ project No. 2020-1-LT01-KA203-078100 “Minimizing the influence of coronavirus in a built environment” (MICROBE)