A CAMERA-BASED MEASUREMENT SYSTEM FOR OPTIMIZATION OF DIFFERENTIAL-ALGEBRAIC ECOTOXICOLOGICAL MODELS
AbstractWe present a general framework for measurements and optimization of differential-algebraic models. Moreover, we propose an application of the considered methodology in ecotoxicology. The differential-algebraic models can be used to describe different ecotoxicological relations. One of them is the influence of the environmental pollution on the Daphnia's movement characteristics. Changes in these characteristics can be used as a tool for assessment of neurotoxicity. The camera-based measurement and optimization system enable us to obtain the differential-algebraic ecotoxicological relations in a fully automated way.
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