# Resolution Strategies for the Finite-Element-Based Solution of the ECG Inverse Problem

@article{Wang2010ResolutionSF, title={Resolution Strategies for the Finite-Element-Based Solution of the ECG Inverse Problem}, author={Dafang Wang and Robert Michael Kirby and Chris R. Johnson}, journal={IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering}, year={2010}, volume={57}, pages={220-237} }

- Published 2010 in IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering
DOI:10.1109/TBME.2009.2024928

Successful employment of numerical techniques for the solution of forward and inverse ECG problems requires the ability to both quantify and minimize approximation errors introduced as part of the discretization process. Our objective is to develop discretization and refinement strategies involving hybrid-shaped finite elements so as to minimize approximation errors for the ECG inverse problem. We examine both the ill-posedness of the mathematical inverse problem and the ill-conditioning of the… CONTINUE READING

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