Artificial Blood Glucose Control using a DDE Modelling Approach

Abstract : In this paper we consider the problem of artificial blood glucose control for a type1 diabetic using delay differential equations to model the glucose metabolism. This model isobtained by considering an adjustment of the minimal model of Bergman. In order to designa controller which can stabilize blood glucose in a safe range, the design of a robust modelpredictive controller is considered. The various uncertainties and disturbances are introducedthrough the introduction of perturbed parameters. Finally, the performances of the controllerare exemplified on an approved virtual testing platform showing the good properties of thedeveloped controller.
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Maxime Penet, Hervé Guéguen, Aziz Belmiloudi. Artificial Blood Glucose Control using a DDE Modelling Approach. IFAC'14, Aug 2014, Cape Town, South Africa. pp.2076 - 2081. ⟨hal-01068853⟩

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