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Factory of identification

The problem of estimating the parameters of a dynamical system on measurements its output characteristics in control theory is called parametric identification. The problem with regard to the identification of the human body is that the mathematical model to estimate physiological parameters based on a limited set of observations. The essence of the parametric identification is "individualization" of the mathematical model. Thus, the identification of the adequacy of the mathematical model extends from the level of the population to the level of the individual.

In mathematics, the identification problem belongs to a class of inverse problems for complex systems typically require large computational resources to solve. Solution to the problem of identification is a computational procedure for determining the numerical values of the parameters of the mathematical model. This procedure is performed and the computing device is to select the parameter values of the mathematical model in order to minimize a difference criterion between the identification-body measurements and corresponding variables mathematical model.

Factory of identification


Factory of identification is implementation of identification computer system based on the use of computing resources on the basis of cloud computing.

Factory of identification is a network computing services, which consists of many virtual machines that are included on the Internet. In this network, each service identification performs global random search criteria identify the minimum number of points for the initial sample, equal to the number of processors on the server, and sends the results synchronization service. Synchronization service sends each service identification requests to perform the search on a single sample point for each free CPU waits for the return result and generates statistics for the full sample.

Developments

01.10.14

A landmark event for the of PhA team was the launch in test mode implementation factory of identification on the Microsoft Azure platform. Launch took place in October 2014. At present, the factory is available to program participants beta testing of mobile application for Windows Phone. Participants of beta testing can use the factory to identify and create your free PhA.

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The Physiological Avatar 3.0 software application is implemented for the Windows 10 platform and is available on the Microsoft Store
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The publication of a series of video tutorials for users of the Coaching Toolkit line of applications has begun
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Presented a summary of the line of client software applications named Coaching Toolkit
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For client applications, the platform-independent documentation system based on PDF files is implemented.
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The software application Coaching Toolkit for Kayaks and Canoes is implemented for the iOS platform and is available in the Apple App Store under the name Coaching Toolkit KCD.
16.03.19

The software application Coaching Toolkit for Cyclical Sports is implemented for the iOS platform and is available in the Apple App Store under the name Coaching Toolkit CS.
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The Coaching Toolkit for kayaks and canoes software application is now available for the Android platform and is available on Google Play.
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The ability to load the heart rate track from the Garmin Training Center XML (TCX) workout file in the training pulse calculator block (TRIMP) has been implemented.
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In software applications support for Bluetooth heart rate sensors (Polar H6, H7, H10, etc.) is implemented. The next generation of Bluetooth standards provides low power consumption, reliable and reliable operation and fully open device compatibility.
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