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A brief analysis of the use of non-linear time-frequency filtering for processing ECG signalss

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Abstract

Some current trends of the use of non-linear time-frequency filtering approach to ECG signal processing are discussed herein. A brief review of an application potentiality of non-linear filtration is offered for long-term ECG signal processing. Possible problems of long-term monitoring, related to measurements interference and noise of ECG signal, are revealed. To eliminate the revealed problems, in further research, an implementation of a processing system using the non-linear-threshold time-frequency filtering method is planned. It is expected to improve an accuracy of cardiac data processing considering features of interference and measurement noise of different intensity.

Imprint

Yeldos A. Altay, Artem S. Kremlev. A brief analysis of the use of non-linear time-frequency filtering for processing ECG signals. Cardiometry; Issue 13; November 2018; p.96-98; DOI: 10.12710/ cardiometry.2018.13.9698; Available from: http://www.cardiometry.net/issues/no13-november-2018/processing-ecg-signals

Keywords

ECG signal,  Physiological noise,  Timefrequency filtering,  Thres­hold filtering,  Empirical modes
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