Hugo Magalhães

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The problem of embedding sensor fault tolerance in feedback control of neuromuscular blockade is considered. For tackling interruptions of feedback measurements, a structure based upon Bayesian inference as well as a predictive filter is proposed. This algorithm is general and can be applied to different situations. Here, it is incorporated in an adaptive(More)
  • M Stansfield, Connolly T, Cartelli A, Jimoyiannis A, Magalhães H, Mark Stansfield +5 others
  • 2009
This paper explores a number of key issues that have been identified as being important in the identification and evaluation of best practice within the context of e-learning and virtual campuses. The 'Promoting Best Practice in Virtual Campuses' (PBP-VC) project is a two year European Commission Education Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA)(More)
Executive Summary This paper reports on the work of a European Commission DG Education and Culture co-financed project PBP-VC, Promoting Best Practice in Virtual Campuses, which is aimed at providing a deeper understanding of the key issues and critical success factors underlying the implementation of virtual campuses. T he paper outlines a tentative model(More)
This paper concerns the application of multiple model switched methods to the control of neuromuscular blockade of patients undergoing anaesthesia. Since the model representing the neuromuscular blockade process is subject to a high level of uncertainty due both to inter-patient variability and time variations, switched methods provide the adaptation(More)
Muscle relaxant drugs are currently given during surgical operations. The design of controllers for the automatic control of neuromuscular blockade benefits from an individual tuning of the controller to the characteristics of the patient. A novel approach to the characterization of the neuromuscular blockade response induced by an initial bolus at the(More)
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