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Homework _5 Spring 11 - BME6360 Neural Engineering...

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BME6360 Homework #5 Spring 2011 Neural Engineering Prof. Wheeler The goals of this exercise are: 1. To give you experience in linear system identification at a basic level. You should be able to create a transfer function which accounts for the data with reasonable accuracy, but which has complexity appropriate for a biological system. You should start to develop an intuitive understanding of what kind of accuracy is reasonable. 2. To demonstrate that the same data can be modeled with different functions. Although this is necessarily true, it is often forgotten. Usually it is possible to argue that one model is better than the others by appealing to other aspects of the biology (although not in the limited information you have for this exercise.) Your report should be concise and should include the transfer function which you have identified from the data, plus plots of the data superimposed on the model predictions.
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