Developments and Applications for ECG Signal Processing
  • Release Date : 29 November 2018
  • Publisher : Academic Press
  • Genre : Science
  • Pages : 210 pages
  • ISBN 13 : 9780128140369
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Download or read book entitled Developments and Applications for ECG Signal Processing by author: Joao Paulo do Vale Madeiro which was release on 29 November 2018 and published by Academic Press with total page 210 pages . This book available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle Format. Developments and Applications for ECG Signal Processing: Modeling, Segmentation, and Pattern Recognition covers reliable techniques for ECG signal processing and their potential to significantly increase the applicability of ECG use in diagnosis. This book details a wide range of challenges in the processes of acquisition, preprocessing, segmentation, mathematical modelling and pattern recognition in ECG signals, presenting practical and robust solutions based on digital signal processing techniques. Users will find this to be a comprehensive resource that contributes to research on the automatic analysis of ECG signals and extends resources relating to rapid and accurate diagnoses, particularly for long-term signals. Chapters cover classical and modern features surrounding f ECG signals, ECG signal acquisition systems, techniques for noise suppression for ECG signal processing, a delineation of the QRS complex, mathematical modelling of T- and P-waves, and the automatic classification of heartbeats. Gives comprehensive coverage of ECG signal processing Presents development and parametrization techniques for ECG signal acquisition systems Analyzes and compares distortions caused by different digital filtering techniques for noise suppression applied over the ECG signal Describes how to identify if a digitized ECG signal presents irreversible distortion through analysis of its frequency components prior to, and after, filtering Considers how to enhance QRS complexes and differentiate these from artefacts, noise, and other characteristic waves under different scenarios