DESIGN OF 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 disturbing 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 glucose deviation to a sudden rise in blood glucose..

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Karam, E. H., & Jadoo, E. H. (2020). Design of Modified Second Order Sliding Mode Controller based on St algorithm for blood glucose regulation systems. Applied Computer Science, 16(2), 18-31. doi:10.23743/acs-2020-10
Karam, Ekhlas H., and Eman H. Jadoo. "Design of Modified Second Order Sliding Mode Controller Based on St Algorithm for Blood Glucose Regulation Systems." Applied Computer Science 16, no. 2 (2020): 18-31.
E. H. Karam and E. H. Jadoo, "Design of Modified Second Order Sliding Mode Controller based on St algorithm for blood glucose regulation systems," Applied Computer Science, vol. 16, no. 2, pp. 18-31, 2020, doi: 10.23743/acs-2020-10.
Karam EH, Jadoo EH. Design of Modified Second Order Sliding Mode Controller based on St algorithm for blood glucose regulation systems. Applied Computer Science. 2020;16(2):18-31.