Developing control systems for medical applications poses particular challenges, some of which are unique to this field. Physiological systems involve a multitude of interacting subsystems and networks, with multiple feedforward and feedback loops, and interactions at many levels. The dynamics vary from one individual to another, and within the same individual over time. Many times [...]
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Note: Parameter-independent bounding of the stochastic Michaelis-Menten steady-state intrinsic noise variance
L.A. Widmer, J. Stelling, F.J. Doyle III, “Note: Parameter-independent bounding of the stochastic Michaelis-Menten steady-state intrinsic noise variance,” The Journal of Chemical Physics, vol. 139, no. 16, pp. 166102, Oct 2013. [DOI]
M. Rodriguez-Fernandez, B. Grosman, T.M. Yuraszeck, B.G. Helwig, L.R. Leon, F.J. Doyle III, M. Wang, “Modeling the Intra- and Extracellular Cytokine Signaling Pathway under Heat Stroke in the Liver,” PLoS ONE, vol. 8, no. 9, pp. e73393, 2013. [DOI]
Y. Q. Wang, F. Nunez, F. J. Doyle III. Statistical analysis of the pulse-coupled synchronization strategy for wireless sensor networks. IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing, In press. [DOI]