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Predicts Sleep and Alertness
The mathematical models made available here predict the biological dynamics underlying the sleep-wake cycle, circadian rhythms, and alertness in humans.
Transition to Daylight-Saving
On the transition to daylight-saving time, where a one hour difference exists, the day of transition is only 23 hours long.
Transition from Daylight-Saving
On the transition to daylight-saving time, where a one hour difference exists, the day of transition is 25 hours long.
A schedule that starts in Sydney but includes a shift in London. The raster is displayed in Sydney time, resulting in the default daytime lighting in London appearing during the Sydney night-time.
Predictions in the context of fixed lighting on shift and some morning outdoor lighting, in addition to the default day-night profile.
Recommendations to Optimise Sleep Duration
Sleep predictions can be used to identify optimal sleep times to achieve the maximum total-sleep-time across a complex schedule.
Recommendations to Optimise Alertness During Shift
Alertness predictions on work-shift can be used to identify optimal sleep times to optimise alertness on complex work schedules.