Multiresolution biological transient extraction applied to respiratory crackles.

@article{Sankur1996MultiresolutionBT,
  title={Multiresolution biological transient extraction applied to respiratory crackles.},
  author={B. Sankur and E. Cağatay G{\"u}ler and Y. Kahya},
  journal={Computers in biology and medicine},
  year={1996},
  volume={26 1},
  pages={
          25-39
        }
}
A method is proposed for the detection of transients in biological signals. The method is based on enhancing the transient-to-background ratio by a series of operations such as background whitening, wavelet-based multiresolution decomposition and application of Teager's energy operator. The transients are extracted by judiciously thresholding this processed signal. The proposed detector is applied to the discrimination of crackles in pathological respiratory sounds. It is shown that both the… Expand
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