Compartmental model identification based on an empirical Bayesian approach: The case of thiamine kinetics in rats


Compartmental models are a very popular tool for the analysis of experiments in living systems. There are three main aspects that have to be taken into account: the degree of detail of the model, its a priori identifiability and thea posteriori (numerical) identifiability. In some cases, where standard approaches are adopted, the models can be eithera… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF02345445


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