Control theory inspired considerations of the mathematical models of defibrillation

  title={Control theory inspired considerations of the mathematical models of defibrillation},
  author={S. Muzdeka and Enrique Barbieri},
  journal={Proceedings of the 44th IEEE Conference on Decision and Control},
One efficient approximate solution of the bidomain equations, which are used as a mathematical model of the heart tissue electrical properties, has been described. Moreover, the selected algorithm for discretization of partial differential equations, consisting of the method of separation of variables and modal analysis technique, results in the state space representation of cardiac electrical activities, which makes the model suitable for applications of modern control theory. Also, the finite… CONTINUE READING
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