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Fractional order and non-linear system identification algorithms for biomedical applications

Hadjiloucas, S. and Galvão, R. K. H. (2014) Fractional order and non-linear system identification algorithms for biomedical applications. Journal of Physics: Conference Series, 490 (1). 012141. ISSN 1742-6588

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To link to this item DOI: 10.1088/1742-6596/490/1/012141

Abstract/Summary

We discuss the modelling of dielectric responses of amorphous biological samples. Such samples are commonly encountered in impedance spectroscopy studies as well as in UV, IR, optical and THz transient spectroscopy experiments and in pump-probe studies. In many occasions, the samples may display quenched absorption bands. A systems identification framework may be developed to provide parsimonious representations of such responses. To achieve this, it is appropriate to augment the standard models found in the identification literature to incorporate fractional order dynamics. Extensions of models using the forward shift operator, state space models as well as their non-linear Hammerstein-Wiener counterpart models are highlighted. We also discuss the need to extend the theory of electromagnetically excited networks which can account for fractional order behaviour in the non-linear regime by incorporating nonlinear elements to account for the observed non-linearities. The proposed approach leads to the development of a range of new chemometrics tools for biomedical data analysis and classification.

Item Type:Article
Refereed:Yes
Divisions:Faculty of Life Sciences > School of Biological Sciences > Department of Bio-Engineering
ID Code:38004
Publisher:IOP Publishing

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