This unified modeling textbook for students of biomedical engineering provides a complete course text on the foundations, theory and practice of modeling and simulation in physiology and medicine. It is dedicated to the needs of biomedical engineering and clinical students, supported by applied BME applications and examples. ac Developed for biomedical engineering and related courses: speaks to BME students at a level and in a language appropriate to their needs, with an interdisciplinary clinical/engineering approach, quantitative basis, and many applied examples to enhance learning ac Delivers a quantitative approach to modeling and also covers simulation: the perfect foundation text for studies across BME and medicine ac Extensive case studies and engineering applications from BME, plus end-of-chapter exercises and a separate Instructoras manual9 7 5 k65 k56 k05 6 8 k98 k89 4 k74 k47 3 k53 k35 k R 08 kNR k03 k43 k84 1 2 10 08 k34 k8, 10 k10, 8 k42 k24 k31 ... To answer these questions, it is necessary to analyze the a priori identifability of the model from the Stage A experiment only .
|Title||:||Introduction to Modeling in Physiology and Medicine|
|Author||:||Claudio Cobelli, Ewart Carson|
|Publisher||:||Academic Press - 2008-02-06|