On the Accuracy of Representing Heartbeats with Hermite Basis Functions

@inproceedings{Mrquez2013OnTA,
  title={On the Accuracy of Representing Heartbeats with Hermite Basis Functions},
  author={David G. M{\'a}rquez and Abraham Otero and Paulo F{\'e}lix and Constantino A. Garc{\'i}a},
  booktitle={BIOSIGNALS},
  year={2013}
}
Automatic ECG analysis requires choosing a representation for heartbeats. A common approach is using some basis of functions to represent the heartbeat as a linea r combination of these functions. The coefficients of the linear combination are used as the features that repre s nt the heartbeat, providing a very compact representation. The most used basis of functions is the one m ad up of the Hermite functions. Some authors have used as few as 3 Hermite polynomials to represent each he rtbeat… CONTINUE READING

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