Volume, Issue, Month, Year : Vol (1), No (1), September, 2016
This paper presents a closed-loop control system with regulating blood glucose level in type-1 diabetic patients. The contribution of this paper is twofold for controlling the glucose level in insulin. Firstly a direct model reference adaptive control algorithm (DMRAC) for the glucose insulin system is considered based on the command generator tracker (CGT). Secondly, another significant control MIT adaptive control method (MITC) is desired to obtain a comparative study between the two proposed controllers. The achievement of our study is to affect these two algorithms for the regulation of the glucose level in type 1 diabetes, because the problem of the diabetes is one of the largest difficulties necessities a methods for treating the disease. Diabetes is a malfunction in the glucose-insulin system; so ours controllers can successfully assure that the blood glucose levels should be maintained between 80 mg/dl and 120 mg/dl before meals; less than 180 gm/dl after meals. The application of these controllers is tested in silico foreffective diabetic I patients. The simulations demonstrate that the developed algorithms lead to an asymptotically stable error and illustrate the validity of the algorithms.