#### Filter Results:

- Full text PDF available (5)

#### Publication Year

2001

2017

- This year (1)
- Last 5 years (4)
- Last 10 years (4)

#### Publication Type

#### Co-author

#### Journals and Conferences

#### Key Phrases

Learn More

- K J Keesman, J D Stigter
- Mathematical biosciences
- 2002

In this paper the well-known problem of optimal input design is considered. In particular, the focus is on input design for the estimation of kinetic parameters in bioreactors. The problem is formulated as follows: given the model structure (f,g), which is assumed to be affine in the input, and the specific parameter of interest theta;(k) find a feedback… (More)

The problem of optimal input design for a specific fedbatch bioreactor case study is solved recursively. Hereto an adaptive receding horizon optimal control problem, involving the so-called E-criterion, is solved ‘on-line’, using the current estimate of the parameter vector θ at each sample instant {tk, k = 0, . . . , N − h}, where N marks the end of the… (More)

- Johannes D. Stigter, Karel J. Keesman
- Automatica
- 2004

- Stefan C. de Graaf, Johannes D. Stigter, Gerrit van Straten
- Mathematics and Computers in Simulation
- 2004

- Johannes D Stigter, Jaap Molenaar
- BMC Research Notes
- 2012

Current research in network reverse engineering for genetic or metabolic networks very often does not include a proper experimental and/or input design. In this paper we address this issue in more detail and suggest a method that includes an iterative design of experiments based, on the most recent data that become available. The presented approach allows a… (More)

- BATCH REACTOR, J. D. Stigter, K. J. Keesman
- 2001

The paper presents a method to derive an optimal parametric sensitivity controller for optimal estimation of a set of parameters in an experiment. The method is demonstrated for a fed batch bio-reactor case study for optimal estimation of the saturation constant and, albeit intuitively, the parameter combination where is the maximum growth rate [g/min], is… (More)

- Emmanuel Mwakiwa, Willem F de Boer, +12 authors Herbert H T Prins
- Journal of environmental management
- 2013

Surface water is one of the constraining resources for herbivore populations in semi-arid regions. Artificial waterpoints are constructed by wildlife managers to supplement natural water supplies, to support herbivore populations. The aim of this paper is to analyse how a landowner may realize his ecological and economic goals by manipulating waterpoints… (More)

Singular and non-singular control trajectories of agricultural and (bio) chemical processes may need to be recalculated from time to time for use in closed-loop optimal control, because of unforeseen changes in state values and noise. This is time consuming. As an alternative, in this paper, numerical, nonlinear, static state feedback laws are developed for… (More)

- J D Stigter, M B Beck
- Mathematical biosciences
- 2004

Recursive state and parameter reconstruction is a well-established field in control theory. In the current paper we derive a continuous-discrete version of recursive prediction error algorithm and apply the filter in an environmental and biological setting as a possible alternative to the well-known extended Kalman filter. The framework from which the… (More)

- Johannes D. Stigter, M. B. Beck, Jaap Molenaar
- Environmental Modelling and Software
- 2017