Observer-Based State Feedback for Enhanced Insulin Control of Type ‘I’ Diabetic Patients

@inproceedings{Hariri2011ObserverBasedSF,
  title={Observer-Based State Feedback for Enhanced Insulin Control of Type ‘I’ Diabetic Patients},
  author={A. Hariri and Le Yi Wang},
  booktitle={The open biomedical engineering journal},
  year={2011}
}
During the past few decades, biomedical modeling techniques have been applied to improve performance of a wide variety of medical systems that require monitoring and control. Diabetes is one of the most important medical problems. This paper focuses on designing a state feedback controller with observer to improve the performance of the insulin control for type 'I' diabetic patients. The dynamic model of glucose levels in diabetic patients is a nonlinear model. The system is a typical fourth… CONTINUE READING

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