Lost Sample Recovering of ECG Signals in e-Health Applications

  title={Lost Sample Recovering of ECG Signals in e-Health Applications},
  author={A. Prieto-Guerrero and Corinne Mailhes and Francis Castanie},
  journal={2007 29th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society},
This paper shows the interest of an interpolation method based on parametric modeling to retrieve missing samples in ECG signals. This problem occurs more and more with the emergence of telemedicine applications. The different links (fixed access network (PSTN), mobile access network (GSM/GPRS and future UMTS) or satellite interfacing (DVB-RCS technology)) involved in e-health applications are liable to induce errors on the transmitted data. These errors/losses can occur anytime and anywhere… CONTINUE READING

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