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    Modelling the cardiovascular system for assessing the blood pressure curve

    A four compartment model of the cardiovascular system is developed. To allow for easy interpretation and to minimise the number of parameters, an effort was made to keep the model as simple as possible. Using ...

    T. G. Myers, Vicent Ribas Ripoll, Anna Sáez de Tejada Cuenca, Sarah L. Mitchell and Mark J. McGuinness

    Mathematics-in-Industry Case Studies 2017 8:2

    Published on: 4 April 2017

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    NHL expansion and fan allegiance: a mathematical modelling study

    Expansion of the NHL hockey league is of current interest. Success of an expansion team will rely on approved geographic locations, and most importantly fan support. Fan allegiance can be likened to infectious...

    Jennifer Light, Alina Chernin and Jane M. Heffernan

    Mathematics-in-Industry Case Studies 2016 7:7

    Published on: 4 October 2016

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    Repeatability analysis of airborne electromagnetic surveys

    We provide methods for determining the repeatability of airborne electromagnetic surveys when conducted at different altitudes over a number of repeated flights. Our data arise from the TELLUS project carried ...

    Avril Hegarty, Gerry Stanley, Eugene Kashdan, Jim Hodgson and Andrew C. Parnell

    Mathematics-in-Industry Case Studies 2016 7:6

    Published on: 9 September 2016

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    Scheduling the repair of aircraft components - a case study

    In aircraft components maintenance shops, components are distributed amongst repair groups and their respective technicians based on the type of repair, on the technicians skills and workload, and on the custo...

    Catarina Avelino, David Bourne, Fátima Ferreira, Deolinda Rasteiro and Jorge Santos

    Mathematics-in-Industry Case Studies 2016 7:5

    Published on: 22 July 2016

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    Detecting heart rate while jogging: blind source separation of gait and heartbeat

    A blind source signal separation problem that was brought to a Study Group in Limerick in 2013 required a way to prevent the gait of a jogger from masking the heartbeat, when detected by a simple photodiode th...

    Tuoi T. N. Vo, Mark McGuinness, Alan F. Hegarty, Stephen B. G. O’Brien, Kevin O’Sullivan and Sandra Healy

    Mathematics-in-Industry Case Studies 2016 7:2

    Published on: 26 May 2016

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    Electric ion dispersion as a new type of mass spectrometer

    At the 2014 Fields-MPrime Industrial Problem Solving Workshop, PerkinElmer presented a design problem for mass spectrometry. Traditionally, mass spectrometry is done via three methods: using magnetic fields to...

    Michael Lindstrom, Iain Moyles and Kevin Ryczko

    Mathematics-in-Industry Case Studies 2016 7:1

    Published on: 26 May 2016

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