Modeling V̇O₂ and V̇CO₂ with Hammerstein-Wiener Models

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ARTIGA GONZALEZ, Alexander, Raphael BERTSCHINGER, Dietmar SAUPE, 2016. Modeling V̇O₂ and V̇CO₂ with Hammerstein-Wiener Models. 4th International Congress on Sport Sciences Research and Technology Support. Porto, Portugal, Nov 7, 2016 - Nov 9, 2016. In: PEZARAT CORREIA, Pedro, ed.. Proceedings of the 4th International Congress on Sport Sciences Research and Technology Support : volume 1 icSports. Sétubal:Scitepress, pp. 134-140. ISBN 978-989-758-205-9. Available under: doi: 10.5220/0006086501340140

@inproceedings{ArtigaGonzalez2016Model-37210, title={Modeling V̇O₂ and V̇CO₂ with Hammerstein-Wiener Models}, year={2016}, doi={10.5220/0006086501340140}, isbn={978-989-758-205-9}, address={Sétubal}, publisher={Scitepress}, booktitle={Proceedings of the 4th International Congress on Sport Sciences Research and Technology Support : volume 1 icSports}, pages={134--140}, editor={Pezarat Correia, Pedro}, author={Artiga Gonzalez, Alexander and Bertschinger, Raphael and Saupe, Dietmar} }

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