A subsystems approach for parameter estimation of ODE models of hybrid systems

@inproceedings{Georgoulas2012ASA,
  title={A subsystems approach for parameter estimation of ODE models of hybrid systems},
  author={Anastasis Georgoulas and Allan Clark and Andrea Ocone and Stephen Gilmore and Guido Sanguinetti},
  booktitle={International Workshop on Hybrid Systems Biology},
  year={2012}
}
We present a new method for parameter identification of ODE system descriptions based on data measurements. Our method works by splitting the system into a number of subsystems and working on each of them separately, thereby being easily parallelisable, and can also deal with noise in the observations. 

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