Data-Driven Robust Control for Type 1 Diabetes Under Meal and Exercise Uncertainties

@inproceedings{Paoletti2017DataDrivenRC,
  title={Data-Driven Robust Control for Type 1 Diabetes Under Meal and Exercise Uncertainties},
  author={Nicola Paoletti and Kin Sum Liu and Scott A. Smolka and Shan Lin},
  booktitle={CMSB},
  year={2017}
}
We present a fully closed-loop design for an artificial pancreas (AP) which regulates the delivery of insulin for the control of Type I diabetes. Our AP controller operates in a fully automated fashion, without requiring any manual interaction (e.g. in the form of meal announcements) with the patient. A major obstacle to achieving closedloop insulin control is the uncertainty in those aspects of a patient’s daily behavior that significantly a↵ect blood glucose, especially in relation to meals… CONTINUE READING

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