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Physiological Control Systems Solutions Manual Michael Khoo
The tradeoff between the safety of the control objective and control performance. The safety-performance tradeoff is addressed by returning to the general three-component control scheme of (0), where the “completeness” of the process represented by the system’s response is emphasized. A diverse set of case studies illustrates the range of possible control objectives, including: monitoring and improving the safety and comfort of the driver of a car or train; maintaining a desired relationship between effort and performance under anaerobic conditions and; maintaining a desired rate of blood flow during an ischemic attack. Each case study includes a discussion of the analytical tools used to model and explore the control objectives. A diverse range of biological mechanisms are also illustrated to extend this presentation of control theory beyond cardiovascular systems to address basic processes of information processing in the human brain.
Two chapters cover topics of contemporary interest. Chapter 7: Optimal Control: Theory and Application provides a discussion of the mathematical theory of optimal control; a perspective that highlights the role of history and highlights the role of control theory in bioengineering. A variety of recent studies in the control of cardiovascular and neural systems are surveyed and commented upon. Chapter 8: Neural Networks and Computational Models concerns the application of computational models to neural systems. The theory of recurrent neural networks is reviewed to provide a basis for understanding the role of nonlinear dynamics in neural processing. A survey of recent studies in nonlinear models of neural activity is presented to illustrate the use of artificial neural models to address ongoing problems in control theory. The chapter concludes with an expanded discussion of the role of neural models in future control theory.
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provides a much needed synthesis of classical control theory and its application to physiological systems. discussions on the latest developments in system identification, optimal control, and nonlinear dynamical analysis will keep you up-to-date with recent bioengineering advances. from modeling and stability analysis to feedback control in physiological regulatory mechanisms, physiological control systems provides an in-depth study of key bioengineering principles that is simply unmatched in the field.
michael c.k. khoo is a professor of biomedical engineering and pediatrics in the biomedical engineering department at the university of southern california. he is a fellow of the ieee, biomedical engineering society, the american institute of medical and biological engineering, and the international academy of medical and biological engineering. permissions request permission to reuse content from this site