- 9:51 pm - Mon, Feb 3, 2014

p(*t)* = sum: W’*(n)**1/(t+(tau*(**n**)*)

in purple

solved with 2 components

like the exponential feedback model you could add a Wilke correction

to bring pow1=pmax

by

adding a pow2 ramp

- pow2*tau1/(t+(tau1)

it doesn’t really add information

the more physiological ramp would be to a

the integral of:

- pow2*(1-exp(-(t-10)/20))

or something along those lines

a pow1 ramp should technically be there

and would probably help for profiles with very long sprint platues

and

a third component might be needed for super long efforts

the final potential parameter

a phenotype

some profiles will fit better with the exponential feedback model

while others

better with the linear feedback

so it would be

p= function(phenotype)

sum: W’n/t * (1-exp(-t/taun)

or

sum: W’n / (t+taun)

…

etc etc etc