Title: Dynamic models of some physiological parameters in response to exercise
Authors: Štork, Milan
Novák, Jaroslav
Zeman, Václav
Citation: 2017 International Conference on Applied Electronics: Pilsen, 5th – 6th September 2017, Czech Republic, p.239-242.
Issue Date: 2017
Publisher: Západočeská univerzita v Plzni
Document type: konferenční příspěvek
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11025/35445
ISBN: 978–80–261–0641–8 (Print)
978–80–261–0642–5 (Online)
ISSN: 1803–7232 (Print)
1805–9597 (Online)
Keywords: ergometr kola;běžecký pás;tepová frekvence;příjem kyslíku;nelineární systém;optimalizace;státní prostor
Keywords in different language: bicycle ergometer;treadmill;heart rate;oxygen uptake;nonlinear system;optimization;state space
Abstract in different language: The study of physiological parameters dynamic is currently the main area of research in exercise physiology. Finding dynamical models of heart rate, oxygen uptake, pulmonary ventilation and other parameters is fundamental for training methodology in sport, as well as for our knowledge of cardiorespiratory health. The present work demonstrates the application of dynamic systems models to the simulation of heart rate kinetics and oxygen consumption during workloads of time-varying intensity. The use of modern mathematical methods of analysis such as the model parameters estimation could be beneficial for understanding the relationship between the physiological responses to load and/or athletic performance, for identifying certain features in the physiological time series. As a result, the application of such methods for analysis and modeling will have a large impact not only on the development and better understanding training methodology and the testing data of athletes but also in the area of exercise medicine.
Rights: © Západočeská univerzita v Plzni
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Applied Electronics 2017

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