Detail publikace

Characteristics of Motion Artifacts in Cardiac Optical Mapping Studies

Originální název

Characteristics of Motion Artifacts in Cardiac Optical Mapping Studies

Anglický název

Characteristics of Motion Artifacts in Cardiac Optical Mapping Studies

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

Motion artifacts are one of the issues in cardiac optical mapping studies. This paper is focused on the description of the motion artifacts caused by planar movement. The theory of its origin and possibilities of its suppression is described. The suppression of the motion artifacts is based on image registration techniques. There are introduced the characteristics about influence of the weighted area averages on presence of these artifacts. In this study conventional pharmacological or mechanical ways of motion artifacts suppression were not involved.

Anglický abstrakt

Motion artifacts are one of the issues in cardiac optical mapping studies. This paper is focused on the description of the motion artifacts caused by planar movement. The theory of its origin and possibilities of its suppression is described. The suppression of the motion artifacts is based on image registration techniques. There are introduced the characteristics about influence of the weighted area averages on presence of these artifacts. In this study conventional pharmacological or mechanical ways of motion artifacts suppression were not involved.

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT33007,
  author="Martin {Švrček} and Sally {Rutherford} and Andy {Chen} and Ivo {Provazník} and Bruce {Smaill}",
  title="Characteristics of Motion Artifacts in Cardiac Optical Mapping Studies",
  annote="Motion artifacts are one of the issues in cardiac
optical mapping studies. This paper is focused on the
description of the motion artifacts caused by planar movement.
The theory of its origin and possibilities of its suppression is
described. The suppression of the motion artifacts is based on
image registration techniques. There are introduced the
characteristics about influence of the weighted area averages
on presence of these artifacts. In this study conventional
pharmacological or mechanical ways of motion artifacts
suppression were not involved.",
  address="IEEE",
  booktitle="Proceedings of the IEEE EMBS Conference",
  chapter="33007",
  howpublished="print",
  institution="IEEE",
  year="2009",
  month="july",
  pages="3240--3243",
  publisher="IEEE",
  type="conference paper"
}