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I deleted the long post, and I apologize for it.
@danamlewis , @scottleibrand , and others here is what I was trying to explain for the logic of low carb with "closed-loop", which is really a misnomer (I use closed-loop too, fwiw).
@danamlewis , I wish!
This is the best we have, and it's huge and expensive! It allows custom recipes and stuff.
@danamlewis , @bewest , this is one of several things I intend on using for safety limits: http://www.mathworks.com/help/mpc/ref/review.html
An overview of general functionality can be found here: http://www.mathworks.com/products/mpc/features.html#controlling-plants-over-a-range-of-operating-conditions
is it autoregressive?
So far weighted averages of multiple models has been the most promising, but the programming is labor-intensive and math intensive.
Actually @bewest , I think I found your answer, and it's an open-source pub. This motivated the introduction of the so-called Control Variability Grid Analysis (CVGA) , which associates to each patient a point in a plane (Fig. 33). The two coordinates correspond, via a nonlinear transformation, to the minimal and maximal glucose value in the considered time interval.
nice! (I should know the answer to that anyways.)
But does it give the sensor signal, like in nA (nanoamps)?