BME344H1: Modeling, Dynamics, and Control of Biological Systems

Fixed Credit Value
0.50
Hours
38.4L/12.8T
Description

Introduction to modeling of physiological control systems present in the human body, combining physiology, linear system modeling and linear control theory. Topics include: representation of physical systems using differential equations and linearization of these dynamic models; graphical representation of the control systems/plants; Laplace transforms; transfer functions; performance of dynamic systems; time and frequency analysis; observability and controllability; and close-loop controller design.

Prerequisite
MAT185H1 or equivalent;MAT292H1 or equivalent
Corequisite
Total AUs
44.80