Algorithm for transient response of whole body indirect calorimeter: deconvolution with a regularization parameter.

@article{Tokuyama2009AlgorithmFT,
  title={Algorithm for transient response of whole body indirect calorimeter: deconvolution with a regularization parameter.},
  author={Kumpei Tokuyama and Hitomi Ogata and Yasuko Katayose and Makoto Satoh},
  journal={Journal of applied physiology},
  year={2009},
  volume={106 2},
  pages={640-50}
}
A whole body indirect calorimeter provides accurate measurement of energy expenditure over long periods of time, but it has limitations to assess its dynamic changes. The present study aimed to improve algorithms to compute O(2) consumption and CO(2) production by adopting a stochastic deconvolution method, which controls the relative weight of fidelity to the data and smoothness of the estimates. The performance of the new algorithm was compared with that of other algorithms (moving average… CONTINUE READING

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