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Analysis of ECG signal by chaos principle to help automatic diagnosis of myocardial infarction

  title={Analysis of ECG signal by chaos principle to help automatic diagnosis of myocardial infarction},
  author={Tapobrata Lahiri and Upendra Kumar and Hrishikesh Mishra and Subrata Sarkar and Arunava Roy},
  journal={Journal of Scientific \& Industrial Research},
Chaotic behavior of electrocardiogram (ECG) signal of myocardial and non-myocardial infarctions is differentiated using neuro-GA approach, incorporating heuristically chosen phase space fractal dimension (PSFD) of ECG data. A remarkable improvement of diagnostic efficiency, sensitivity and specificity was observed in case study. 

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