ECG Denoising with Adaptive Bionic Wavelet Transform

  title={ECG Denoising with Adaptive Bionic Wavelet Transform},
  author={Omid Sayadi and Mohammad Bagher Shamsollahi},
  journal={2006 International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society},
In this paper a new ECG denoising scheme is proposed using a novel adaptive wavelet transform, named bionic wavelet transform (BWT), which had been first developed based on a model of the active auditory system. There has been some outstanding features with the BWT such as nonlinearity, high sensitivity and frequency selectivity, concentrated energy distribution and its ability to reconstruct signal via inverse transform but the most distinguishing characteristic of BWT is that its resolution… CONTINUE READING
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