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One of the most frequent reasons for instituting mechanical ventilation is to decrease patient's work of breathing. Many attempts have been made to increase the effectiveness of the evaluation of the respiratory pattern with the analysis of the respiratory signals. This work proposes a method for the study of the differences in respiratory pattern(More)
In this paper, we address the modality integration issue on the example of a smart room environment aiming at enabling person identification by combining acoustic features and 2D face images. First we introduce the monomodal audio and video identification techniques and then we present the use of combined input speech and face images for person(More)
This study proposes a method for the characterization of respiratory patterns in chronic heart failure (CHF) patients with periodic breathing (PB) and nonperiodic breathing (nPB), using the flow signal. Autoregressive modeling of the envelope of the respiratory flow signal is the starting point for the pattern characterization. Spectral parameters extracted(More)
A correntropy-based technique is proposed for the characterization and classification of respiratory flow signals in chronic heart failure (CHF) patients with periodic or nonperiodic breathing (PB or nPB, respectively) and healthy subjects. The correntropy is a recently introduced, generalized correlation measure whose properties lend themselves to the(More)
This work investigates the performance of cardiorespiratory analysis detecting periodic breathing (PB) in chest wall recordings in mountaineers climbing to extreme altitude. The breathing patterns of 34 mountaineers were monitored unobtrusively by inductance plethysmography, ECG and pulse oximetry using a portable recorder during climbs at altitudes between(More)
1 Multimodal person recognition systems normally use short-term spectral features as voice information. In this paper prosodic information is added to a system based on face and voice spectrum features. By using two fusion techniques, support vector machines and matcher weighting, different fusion strategies based on the fusion of monomodal scores in(More)
Human sleep is classified into Rapid Eye Movement (REM) and non-REM sleep. In non-REM sleep, the heart rate and respiratory rate decrease whereas during REM sleep, breathing and heart rate become more irregular. As such, identification of sleep stages by monitoring the au-tonomic regulation of heart rate is a promising approach. In this study we analysed(More)
BACKGROUND Sleep disordered breathing (SDB) can lead to daytime sleepiness, growth failure and developmental delay in children. Polysomnography (PSG), the gold standard to diagnose SDB, is a highly resource-intensive test, confined to the sleep laboratory. AIM To combine the blood oxygen saturation (SpO2) characterization and cardiac modulation,(More)
  • A Garde, W Karlen, P Dehkordi, Jm Ansermino, Ga Dumont
  • 2013
We introduce a method based on empirical mode decomposition (EMD) to estimate both respiratory rate (RR) and heart rate (HR) from the photoplethysmographic (PPG) signal obtained from pulse oximetry. The spectral analysis of the EMD applied to the PPG signal was used to extract two signals, the respiratory and cardiac modulations respectively. On these(More)