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Algorhythms (Cafeine Mix)

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  1. Jun 06,  · This Algorithm Can Figure It Out. Millions of Americans rely on caffeine to make it through their daily grind —but when and how much of the miracle substance we consume can deeply impact its effectiveness on our alertness. That’s where the research of Dr. Jaques Reifman comes in. Last year, he brought the world a new caffeine algorithm in an effort to help us figure out the optimum times for our .
  2. A new study conducted by a US Army research center has developed an algorithm that reportedly can optimize an ideal caffeine dosage strategy to maximize alertness when experiencing lack of sleep.
  3. Jun 04,  · The algorithm, the study found, could design caffeine consumption schedules that achieved similar results with 65% less of the substance or enhance performance by up to 64% with comparable amounts.
  4. Algorithm provides customized caffeine strategy for alertness SAN ANTONIO – A web-based caffeine optimization tool successfully designs effective strategies to maximize alertness while avoiding excessive caffeine consumption, according to preliminary results from a new study.
  5. al·go·rithm (ăl′gə-rĭth′əm) n. A finite set of unambiguous instructions that, given some set of initial conditions, can be performed in a prescribed sequence to achieve a certain goal and that has a recognizable set of end conditions. [Variant (probably influenced by arithmetic) of algorism.] al′go·rith′mic (-rĭth′mĭk) adj. al′go.
  6. The caffeine in your average ounce cola rivals the amount in a cup of tea: 42 and 47 milligrams, respectively. But getting your caffeine fix this way can add up to calories a can, if you.
  7. “We found that by using our algorithm, which determines when and how much caffeine a subject should consume, we can improve alertness by up to 64 percent, while consuming the same total amount of caffeine,” says senior study author Jaques Reifman, director of the DoD Biotechnology High Performance Computing Software Applications Institute at the U.S. Army Medical Research and .
  8. The algorithm could someday be used, for instance, by college students who want to know when they should consume caffeine “so you are as alert as possible during the exam,” Reifman told Live.

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