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Synthesizing Combination Therapies for Evolutionary Dynamics of Disease for Nonlinear Pharmacodynamics

By Vanessa Jonsson, Nikolai Matni, Richard M. Murray

Posted 21 Sep 2014
bioRxiv DOI: 10.1101/009480

Our previous results proposed an iterative scalable algorithm for the systematic design of sparse, small gain feedback strategies that stabilize the evolutionary dynamics of a generic disease model with linear pharmacodynamics. In this manuscript, we use piecewise linear approximations to model nonlinear drug effects. We leverage results from optimal controller synthesis for positive systems to formulate the feedback synthesis problem as an optimization problem that sequentially explores piecewise linear subsystems corresponding to higher and higher treatment dosages.

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