Detail publikace

Acquisition and Pre-Processing Of Action Potentials Optically Recorded From Animal Heart

Originální název

Acquisition and Pre-Processing Of Action Potentials Optically Recorded From Animal Heart

Anglický název

Acquisition and Pre-Processing Of Action Potentials Optically Recorded From Animal Heart

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

A flexible electro-optical recording system is presented, which allows simultaneous recording of electrograms from orthogonal leads and action potentials from an arbitrary site on heart surface. The recorded action potentials are disturbed with noise from multiple sources. A robust QRS-complex detector with the following modified averaging with filtered residue is proposed. Adding the filtered residue back to the averaged signal helps to keep information on trends in the signal.

Anglický abstrakt

A flexible electro-optical recording system is presented, which allows simultaneous recording of electrograms from orthogonal leads and action potentials from an arbitrary site on heart surface. The recorded action potentials are disturbed with noise from multiple sources. A robust QRS-complex detector with the following modified averaging with filtered residue is proposed. Adding the filtered residue back to the averaged signal helps to keep information on trends in the signal.

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT11210,
  author="Ivo {Provazník} and Marie {Nováková} and Jiří {Kozumplík} and Zbyněk {Veselý} and Milan {Blaha} and Milan {Chmelař} and Zuzana {Nováková}",
  title="Acquisition and Pre-Processing Of Action Potentials Optically Recorded From Animal Heart",
  annote="A flexible electro-optical recording system is presented, which allows simultaneous recording of electrograms from orthogonal leads and action potentials from an arbitrary site on heart surface. The recorded action potentials are disturbed with noise from multiple sources. A robust QRS-complex detector with the following modified averaging with filtered residue is proposed. Adding the filtered residue back to the averaged signal helps to keep information on trends in the signal.",
  address="VUTIUM",
  booktitle="Analysis of Biomedical Signals and Images",
  chapter="11210",
  institution="VUTIUM",
  year="2004",
  month="june",
  pages="229--231",
  publisher="VUTIUM",
  type="conference paper"
}