Research on blood circulation system identifiability

Abstract

The problem of identifiability by periodic-motion measurements is formulated and solved by a simplest two-circuit mathematical model of blood circulation system. By computeraided symbolic mathematics, the initial point of periodic motion is computed and properties of this motion are studied. The measuring system, which makes enables solving the problem of blood circulation system parametric identification unambiguously, is mathematically strictly defined. Recommendations for practical implementation of this measuring system are given.

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Original Russian Text © T.I. Ostapenko, A.P. Proshin, Yu. V. Solodyannikov, 2007, published in Avtoma tika i Telemekhanika, 2007, No. 7, pp. 132–150.

This work was supported by ZAO “Samara-Dialog.”

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Ostapenko, T.I., Proshin, A.P. & Solodyannikov, Y.V. Research on blood circulation system identifiability. Autom Remote Control 68, 1239–1255 (2007). https://doi.org/10.1134/S0005117907070119

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  • 07.05.Tp
  • 02.30.Yy