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Oscillometry is an indirect method to determine blood pressure. An inflatable and debatable cuff is placed on arm to observe oscillations at different pressure levels. Thus, an envelope obtained from the oscillations is related to the blood pressure. In our work, we extract few features from the oscillometric waveforms, and estimate blood pressure using(More)
Oscillometry is the most widely used method to determine blood pressure due to its simplicity. The method requires an inflatable cuff and a pressure sensor. The cuff is generally placed around an arm so that it occludes the brachial artery. The pressure sensor measures the pressure inside the cuff during an inflation or deflation. The goal of oscillometry(More)
Distributed Video Coding (DVC) is a new coding paradigm, based on two information-theoretic results, which allows exploiting source statistics at the decoder only. This architecture, therefore, enables very simple encoders to be used in video coding. Wyner-Ziv video coding is a particular case of DVC which deals with lossy source coding where side(More)
The evaluation of sensory data in biomedical applications is the key to decision-making in diagnosing diseases, device control, and signal processing algorithms. One such process is the pulse evaluation, where descriptive features of a pulse, such as shape, height, and width can be used for analysis. In this paper, we develop a pulse qualifier based on(More)
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