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A Real-Time QRS Detection Algorithm
  • J. Pan, W. Tompkins
  • Computer Science, Medicine
  • IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering
  • 1 March 1985
We have developed a real-time algorithm for detection of the QRS complexes of ECG signals based upon digital analyses of slope, amplitude, and width. Expand
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Quantitative Investigation of QRS Detection Rules Using the MIT/BIH Arrhythmia Database
We have investigated the quantitative effects of a number of common elements of QRS detection rules using the MIT/BIH arrhythmia database. Expand
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One-lead ECG for identity verification
This research investigates the feasibility of using the electrocardiogram (ECG) as a new biometric for human identity verification. Expand
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Comparing Reconstruction Algorithms for Electrical Impedance Tomography
An improved electrical impedance tomographic reconstruction algorithm is presented that is generally guaranteed to converge. Expand
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A New Data-Reduction Algorithm for Real-Time ECG Analysis
We present a new algorithm called CORTES that is suited for real-time ECG analysis that combines the best features of two other techniques called TP and AZTEC. Expand
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Biomedical Digital Signal Processing
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Estimation of QRS Complex Power Spectra for Design of a QRS Filter
We present power spectral analysis of ECG waveforms as well as isolated QRS complexes and episodes of noise and artifact. Expand
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Biomedical Digital Signal Processing: C Language Examples and Laboratory Experiments for the IBM PC
Introduction to computers in medicine electrocardiography signal conversion basics of digital filtering finite impulse response filters infinite impulse response response filters integers filters adaptive filters signal averaging data reduction techniques other time and frequency domain techniques QRS filters ECG monitoring systems VLSI in digital signal processing configuring the PC for UW digiscope data acquisition and control routines data Acquisition and control - some hints UW Digiscope user's manual signal generation finite length register effects commercial DSP systems. Expand
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Automated High-Speed Analysis of Holter Tapes with Microcomputers
We have developed an automated Holtes scanning system based on two microcomputers that can process Holter tapes at 60 times real time and produce printed summaries and 24 h trend plots of several variables including heart rate and PVC count. Expand
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Motion Artifact from Spot and Band Electrodes During Impedance Cardiography
We proposed a new four-spot electrode array and replaced the usual encircling band electrode array with it in impedance cardiography for monitoring cardiac output during stress tests. Expand
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