Oxygen therapy control of neonates: part II - Evaluating manual, PID and fuzzy logic controller designs
Control and Intelligent Systems
A computer model of the neonatal oxygen transport system containing a four compartment respiratory sub-system linked to a 13 compartment cardiovascular sub-system was developed in the first part of this paper. In this part, three 1 h supervisory programs were written to represent 3 neonate types: Baby 1 - stable but active; Baby 2 - unstable and not active; Baby 3 - unstable, not active and changing oxygen affinity. Next, simulations for three different types of controllers are described: manual, PID and fuzzy logic (FL). Finally, an in depth comparison of theses control alternatives was performed based on the results obtained by application to each of the three neonate types.
Morozoff, E. P. and Saif, M.. (2008). Oxygen therapy control of neonates: part II - Evaluating manual, PID and fuzzy logic controller designs. Control and Intelligent Systems, 36 (3), 238-249.