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For all living organisms, the ability to regulate internal homeostasis is a crucial feature. This ability to control variables around a set point is found frequently in the physiological networks of single cells and of higher organisms. Also, nutrient allocation and task selection in social...
Construction of dynamic models of large-scale metabolic networks is one of the central issues in the engineering of living cells. However, construction of such models is often hampered by a number of challenges, for example, data availability, compartmentalization and parameter identification...
This article describes the development and experimental validation of a control-oriented, real-time capable, Diesel engine instantaneous fuel consumption and brake torque model under warmed-up conditions with only two inputs: torque request and the engine speed and no other measurements. Such a...
Parametric model-order reduction (pMOR) has become a well-established technology for analysing large-scale systems with multiple parameters. However, the treatment of non-affine parameters is still posing significant challenges, because projection-based order-reduction methods cannot be applied...
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