AUTOMATIC GLUCOSE INSULIN REGULATION SYSTEM-COMPARISON OF EMBEDDED CONTROL DESIGN AND HARR WAVELET METHOD FOR TYPE-1 DIABETES
R. Arangasamy, J. Sundararajan, Ila Vennila and G. Shankar
DOI : 10.3844/ajassp.2014.433.447
American Journal of Applied Sciences
Volume 11, Issue 3
This article is aimed to inject insulin for type 1 diabetes using pumping the insulin with respect to meal disturbance. We have used the embedded linear parameter varying methodology controller and the final results were compared with the Harr wavelet mathematical values. In this article, there are three things we need to focus. First is the sensor values which is to be monitored from the sensors and next is the lab information. Depending on the patients test details the insulin has to be injected. The comparison of lab details with the Patients current sensor values play a vital role in determining the insulin level for a patient. Finally the feedback has to be obtained with the help of those comparisons and it has to be sent once again as a loop to the controller for later comparison and also for database information. The embedded controller is the key element for updating all the information about the patient and it will control all the parameters of the board. The experimental results shows that the proposed method has much better potential in terms of solution accuracy as 97% and better convergence speed in comparison with Haar Wavelet Model which proved 89.09% of accuracy of the assured values of our experiments.
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