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- Tomas Koutny, Antonio Della Cioppa, Ivanoe De Falco, Ernesto Tarantino, Umberto Scafuri, Michal Krcma:
De-randomized Meta-Differential Evolution for Calculating and Predicting Glucose Levels. CBMS 2019: 269-274
- Muhammad Asad, Usman Qamar:
A Review of Continuous Blood Glucose Monitoring and Prediction of Blood Glucose Level for Diabetes Type 1 Patient in Different Prediction Horizons (PH) Using Artificial Neural Network (ANN). IntelliSys (2) 2019: 684-695
- Tomas Koutny, Martin Ubl, Ivan De Falco, Ernesto Tarantino, Umberto Scafuri, Antonio Della Cioppa, Michal Krcma:
Comparing the PaGMO Framework to a De-randomized Meta-Differential Evolution on Calculation and Prediction of Glucose Levels. ISCC 2019: 1056-1061
- Tomas Koutny:
Using meta-differential evolution to enhance a calculation of a continuous blood glucose level. Comput. Methods Programs Biomed. 133: 45-54 (2016)
- Stefano Sbrignadello, Giovanni Pacini, Andrea Tura:
Determination of Glucose Levels during Dialysis Treatment: Different Sensors and Technologies. J. Sensors 2016: 8943095:1-8943095:8 (2016)
- Saeid Eslami, Nicolette de Keizer, Dave Dongelmans, Evert de Jonge, Marcus J. Schultz, Ameen Abu-Hanna:
Effects of two different levels of computerized decision support on blood glucose regulation in critically ill patients. Int. J. Medical Informatics 81(1): 53-60 (2012)
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