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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, 15-20 June 1970


The Hague, 12-15 June 1973

BiologicalObjects (12)


Tbilisi, 21-27 September 1976

Biological and Medical Systems (11)

Biological and Environmental Systems (11)


Darmstadt, 24-28 September 1979

Biological Systems (5)

Biomedical Systems (6)


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

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

Biological Systems I (4)

Biological Systems II (7)

Health Care (7)


Budapest, 8-12 July 1991

Advances in Physiological System Modelling and Identification (4)

Biomedical Systems (5)


Copenhagen, 4-6 July 1994


Kitakyushu, 8-11 July 1997

Applications to Biological and Medical Systems (6)


Rotterdam, 27-29 August 2003

Estimation in Physical and Medical Systems (6)

Bioengineering Systems (6)


Newcastle, 29-31 March 2006

Biomedical Parameter Identification: Methods and Clinical Applications (6)

Identification in Biological Systems (6)


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

Healthcare and medicine I (4)

Healthcare and Medicine II (6)

BiologicalApplications I (6)

BiologicalApplications II (6)


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


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