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dc.contributor.authorCherruault, Y-
dc.identifier.citationMathematical and Computer Modelling, 33(8-9), 1027 - 1033p.en
dc.description.abstractLife is a continuously changing phenomenon, and ,the capacity to observe time-depend- ent processea by nondestructive means (for example, by tracer techniques) provides functional in- formation which cannot be otherwise obtained. The present study deals with the identification of exchange parameters for a general four compartment model in which the tracer in every compartment can exchange with every other compartment. The method of solution is based on two optimization techniques, namely: the Alienor technique and the Gabriel technique. These techniques reduce different unknowns involved in the problem to a single variable f7, with the help of Archimedes’ spiral, thus leading to the global minimum of a functional of single variable 0. Results are compared with those obtained by generalized least squares method in terms of accuracy and computational time.en
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dc.subjectExchange parametersen
dc.subjectAlienor techniqueen
dc.subjectGabriel techniqueen
dc.subjectArchimedes’ spiralen
dc.titleTwo optimization techniques as used in a general four compartment first-order systemen
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