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The Combined Effect of Median and FIR Filter in Pre-processing of ECG Signal using Matlab

  title={The Combined Effect of Median and FIR Filter in Pre-processing of ECG Signal using Matlab},
  author={Jaykumar S. Karnewar and Milindkumar V. Sarode},
The ECG (Electrocardiogram) signal is continuous in nature and abruptly changing. For taking intelligent health care decisions related with heart diseases such as paroxysmal of heart, arrhythmia diagnosing, ECG signal needs to be pre-process accurately for the further action on it such as extracting the features, wavelet decomposition, distribution of QRS complexes in ECG recordings and related information such as heart rate and RR interval, classification of the signal by using various… Expand
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