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Design modified second order sliding mode controller based on ST algorithm for blood glucose regulation systems

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The type1 of diabetes is a chronic situation characterized by abnormally high glucose levels in the blood. Persons with diabetes characterized by no insulin secretion in the pancreas (ß-cell) which also known as insulin-dependent diabetic Mellitus (IDDM). In order to keep the levels of glucose in blood near the normal ranges (70–110mg/dl), the diabetic patients needed to inject by external insulin from time to time. In this paper, a Modified Second Order Sliding Mode Controller (MSOSMC) has been developed to control the concentration of blood glucose levels under a dis-turbing meal. The parameters of the suggested design controller are optimized by using chaotic particle swarm optimization (CPSO) technique, the model which is used to represent the artificial pancreas is a minimal model for Bergman. The simulation was performed on a MATLAB/SIMULINK to verify the performance of the suggested controller. The results showed the effectiveness of the proposed MSOSMC in controlling the behavior of glu-cose deviation to a sudden rise in blood glucose.
  • Mustansiriyah University, College of Engineering, Computer Engineering Department, Palestine Street, 14022, Baghdad, Iraq,
  • Mustansiriyah University, College of Engineering, Computer Engineering Department, Palestine Street, 14022, Baghdad, Iraq,
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