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The development of system identification and its relations to biological and biomedical systems: the IFAC SYSID perspective. Marzia Cescon. Prague , 12-17 June 1967. Prague , 15-20 June 1970. The Hague, 12-15 June 1973. Biological Objects (12). Tbilisi, 21-27 September 1976.

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The development of system identification and its relations to biological and biomedicalsystems:the IFAC SYSID perspective

Marzia Cescon


Prague 12 17 june 1967
Prague, 12-17 June 1967


Prague 15 20 june 1970
Prague, 15-20 June 1970


The hague 12 15 june 1973
The Hague, 12-15 June 1973

BiologicalObjects (12)


Tbilisi 21 27 september 1976
Tbilisi, 21-27 September 1976

Biological and Medical Systems (11)

Biological and Environmental Systems (11)


Darmstadt 24 28 september 1979
Darmstadt, 24-28 September 1979

Biological Systems (5)

Biomedical Systems (6)


Washington dc 7 11 june 1982
Washington DC, 7-11 June 1982

Biomedical System Identification (6)

Non-parametricIdentificationMethods: Application to Physiology and Medicine I (5)

Non-parametricIdentificationMethods: Application to Physiology and Medicine II (5)

Identification of Metabolic Systems in Physiology and Clinical Science (5)

Neuromuscolar System Identification (5)

Cardiopulmonary System Identification and Control (6)


York 3 7 july 1985
York, 3-7 July 1985

BiomedicalApplications of Identification (5)

The Cardiovascular System and Blood Flow Estimation (4)

CompartmentalModels and Identifiability (6)

Modelling and Control in Biomedicine (5)


Beijing 27 31 august 1988
Beijing, 27-31 August 1988

Biological Systems I (4)

Biological Systems II (7)

Health Care (7)


Budapest 8 12 july 1991
Budapest, 8-12 July 1991

Advances in Physiological System Modelling and Identification (4)

Biomedical Systems (5)



Kitakyushu 8 11 july 1997
Kitakyushu, 8-11 July 1997

Applications to Biological and Medical Systems (6)


Rotterdam 27 29 august 2003
Rotterdam, 27-29 August 2003

Estimation in Physical and Medical Systems (6)

Bioengineering Systems (6)


Newcastle 29 31 march 2006
Newcastle, 29-31 March 2006

Biomedical Parameter Identification: Methods and Clinical Applications (6)

Identification in Biological Systems (6)


Saint malo 6 8 july 2009
Saint-Malo, 6-8 July 2009

Biological Systems I (6)

Biological Systems II (6)

System Identification and Modeling of Biological Systems (6)


Bruxelles 11 13 july 2012
Bruxelles, 11-13 July 2012

Healthcare and medicine I (4)

Healthcare and Medicine II (6)

BiologicalApplications I (6)

BiologicalApplications II (6)


Diverse sysid 97 kitakyushu
Diverse: SYSID ’97 Kitakyushu

Identification in Agricultural Systems I

Identification in Agricultural Systems II

Identification of fruitexistence in plant canopy

Identification of a wiltingbehavior of a tomatoseedling for an acclimation system of graftedseedling

Application of a finite element neural networktechnique in predictingthermalcharacteristics of heat equivalentmass

Identification of micreogravityrole in plant growth

Identification of whether-dependentstate variables of teacropproduction

Identification of plant growth under DIF condition

Identification of agriculturalrobotic systems

  • On-line identificaiton of unwholesomepoultrycarcasses by machine vision

  • Optimum design of tractor-rotarytillage system by parameter identification

  • Identification of cumulativefruitresponsesduring the storage process usign neural networks

  • System Identification of qualityevaluations for vegetableseedlings

  • Robust identification of leantissuesquality from beefcutsurface image

  • Application of non-parametric system identification to diagnosis of recovery of root from transplanting injury